Brucehill Inland Cliff

Woodlands: West Dunbartonshire

Brucehill Inland Cliff | Woodlands

District: Dumbarton | Postcode: G82 4JW | Walk Type: Wee Adventure

Brucehill inland cliffs are inland sandstone cliffs with dripping wet areas supporting various rare ferns, including the Royal Fern, and bryophytes.

The estuarine saltmarsh and mudfats are part of the Inner Clyde Special Protection Area which su

Offers inland cliffs with rocky pathways

Offers a wide range of plant life including sand leak that has been introduced to the area

Offers grass marsh and high salt marsh


REVIEW: Brucehill Inland Cliff



Brucehill Inland Cliff
Brucehill Inland Cliff
Brucehill Inland Cliff

What to bring with you

Small backpack | Trainers or walking shoes | Water | First Aid Kit/Plasters | Shower/Raincoat

Start and Finish Points

By foot his area can be accessed by foot either via Firthview Terrace, Brucehill housing estate and walking down the stairs and taking the footpath on the right or from Cardross Road, Dumbarton by turning into Havoc Road at Westcliff housing estate and following over the railway line till you see the football fields on the left. On the righthand side, you will see a footpath which will take you round the meadows on either direction. As this is a loop the path will bring you back to the point you started. By vehicle from Cardross Road (A814), Dumbarton turn into Havoc Road and follow till the bottom of the hill where if you take the second right turn. At this point you will see the foot path on your left. You will be able to park and pick up the path to the meadows.

Other Information

Information on biodiversity can be found on the West Dunbartonshire Councils website: View WD Council PDFs

More information on the area with plans can be found on West Dunbartonshire Councils website: Visit Website

Condition

This area is currently maintained by West Dunbartonshire Council

How can we help

Take note and record any wildlife in the area

List measures the could be taken to improve the area.

Map out accesses to the area.

Explore and take notes on the local wildlife and surroundings

Make plans for the preservation of the life there.

Create a list of suggestions on potential improvements.

Map out an Entry Point for the location.


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