This is a conifer forest with an important broadleaf wood at the Pirn.
An uphill climb takes you on a circuit of Pirn Hill where there is a 2000 year old Iron Age settlement site at the top of the forest walk. This short walk onto the Pirn hillfort gives you some fantastic views of the Tweed valley.
Carved sandstone sculptures by local artist, Mary Kenny depict the interesting history of the town and the hill.
The Tweed Valley Forest Park lies in the main woodland corridor between Peebles and Selkirk and boasts some fabulous visitor attractions.
There is a network of walking trails here. Horse riding are also welcome but please be aware of other users and forest operations.
For directions, information on parking, facilities, activities and Trails, visit the 'caberston' page on the Foresty Commission website.
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