Roslin Glen is a great atmospheric Midlothian place for a wander in nature. Romantic ruins and a wooden glen are the attractions here, not to mention the 15th century Rosslyn Chapel where this walk begins. Follow the path from the chapel down to Roslin Castle, which dates from 1304. Follow riverside paths along the River North Esk in either direction to enjoy the wildlife and peaceful setting.
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Public Transport Good bus service from Edinburgh and information on Rosslyn Chapel Website
Close by Places
Scottish Wildlife Trust For tips on flora and fauna to see in this reserve, as well as links to Erraid Wood and Milkhall Pond, other SWT Wildlife Reserve sites in Midlothian.
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