Managed by the Scottish Wildlife Trust, Luggiebank Wood has grassland, scrub and riverside woodland habitats. Alder and birch trees have allowed a rich and diverse ground flora to develop where wildflowers flourish. Kingfishers can be seen diving into the meandering Luggie Water and if you’re lucky you may even spot a badger foraging in the woodland. 



  • Look out for dippers and otters while enjoying a peaceful riverside walk 
  • Sit by the Luggie Water in spring to watch mayflies hatch in their thousands 
  • Visit in November and December and you might see trout jumping from the Luggie 

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The reserve entrance is across from Greenfaulds park and ride. From the park and ride, cross over the road and follow the footpath to the right of the settlement pond. This will lead you down onto the reserve. 

For more information, visit the Scottish Wildlife Trust website



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