Guide to Gillies Hill - Past, Present & Future
Gillies Hill lies just on the outskirts of Stirling, the grounds are an idyllic haven for joggers, cyclists or horse riders. The multitude of paths through the woodland allows the casual walker to travel through archways of rhododendrons, cathedrals of towering larch trees or dark mysterious conifer forest. The woodland is the home to roe deer. foxes, red and grey squirrels and the secretive badger. The observant walker may well be fortunate to spot some of these elusive natives. The bird life abounds, but often will only reveal itself to the quiet visitor, with time to listen and observe.
Below are three links to a presentation on Gillies Hill. Click on an image for further details and enjoy what our beautiful area has to offer.
Things to Do
Part One of a guide to Gillies Hill: Past Present & Future
Flora and Fauna
Part two of a guide to Gillies Hill: Past Present & Future
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Part three of a guide to Gillies Hill: Past Present & Future
Did you see this animal on Gillies Hill?
No, well neither have we! But if we had, we would have checked it out in the books that you can borrow from the Community Council.
We now have a fair selection of books you can borrow thefore, anyone interested in borrowing any of these books please contact Rosemary at Cambusbarron Library. There will not be any charge for this.
For a list of books available please click Here