Ah, the stillness of the forest. Nothing much beats it. In Scotland, there are more forests than you can shake a branch at.
The Falls of Clyde are part of a nature reserve with a series of powerful waterfalls. Take the short riverside walk from the World Heritage Site of New Lanark to the reserve and soak in all the sights and sounds.
We are blessed with six magnificent forest parks across the country, where you can watch every season’s colours unfurl in a spectacular fashion. From photographing vibrant autumnal foliage to witnessing the blooming flowers and sprightly wildlife of spring, time spent in a lush forest will always help you hit reset.
So if you can’t be in a Scottish forest right this second, why not start picturing the next time you will be?
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Corra Linn is the highest of the Falls of Clyde. The water falls from a height of 26m.
There’s nothing more relaxing than listening to the gentle trickle of a bubbling stream. The residents here would agree – badgers, otters and bats are known to live in and around the falls.
There have been over 100 bird species recorded here at the reserve, including the kingfisher, flycatcher and bullfinch. Listen and see if you can recognise some of their calls.