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Bluebell woods in Scotland

Explore the wild this spring and discover some of Scotland's most stunning bluebell woods.

Glen Finglas

Glen Finglas, Brig o’ Turk, Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park

Wander across open heathland, through wood pasture and into ancient woodland in search of beautiful spring bluebells at Glen Finglas. Take in awe inspiring scenery across lochs and heaths and keep your eyes peeled for iconic wildlife, like golden eagle and red deer.

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Kinclaven Bluebell Wood, Perthshire

Previously known as Ballathie Bluebell Wood, this oak wood is one of the largest areas of oakwood in Scotland and is well known locally for its extensive carpet of bluebells in spring. 

Keils den

Keil’s Den, Leven, Fife

Experience ancient woodland blanketed with bluebells, dog's mercury and wild garlic at Keil's Den. Follow the tracks through the gorge to discover blooming carpets of gorgeous spring flowers. Look out for flourishing spring colour by the stream which winds its way through the wood.

aldouran glen

Aldouran Glen, Stranraer, Dumfries & Galloway

Allow yourself to be transported to a magical landscape at Aldouran Glen. Bluebells, ferns and greater woodrush grow in abundance at the bottom of the steep slopes of this wonderful woodland in the spring. Look out for dragonflies flitting around by the small waterfalls as you walk.

crinan wood

Crinan Wood, Crinan, Argyll & Bute

If you're after a fairytale, Crinan wood with views across to the romantic Duntrune Castle is the perfect spot. This ancient wood has a mild, wet climate making it the perfect place to find unusual fern, moss and lichen and a whole range of wildlife including the rare red squirrel. The open glades and heathlands brim with bluebells, foxgloves and heather in spring.