Welcome to lovely Limerigg
One visitor described Limerigg as a ‘smashing wee wood’, and that’s a perfect description. It’s set in quiet, gently rolling countryside and makes a fabulous get away for a walk, cycle or horse ride.
There are lots of woodland birds to listen out for and spot, including bullfinches, willow warblers and woodpeckers. The paths are mostly wide and smooth-surfaced, with moderate slopes. Some sections can be wet and muddy after rain.
There are shops, places to eat and public toilets in Airdrie or Falkirk.
Mountain biking trails
How to get here
From Falkirk, take the B803 to Slamannan, then the B8022 to Limerigg. The entrance gate to the forest is just past the old post office, on the east side of the road and next to the bus stop, at grid reference NS 857 708. There is space to park at the forest entrance; however the gate should be kept clear to allow access.
FK1 3BW is the nearest postcode.
Buses pass through Limerigg and stop at the forest entrance. Check Traveline Scotland for details.
Just over ¼ mile (400 metres) away, you can stroll by the waters of Black Loch or have a go at fishing for trout. On the edge of Falkirk, the magical old woodland of Callendar Wood is full of fascinating historic features.
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