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About Cumbernauld Glen
Cumbernauld Glen's ancient woodland is a haven for wildlife and the varied ground vegetation reflects the age of the site. Vast carpets of bluebells flower from May to June.
Exit the M80 for the A8011 and follow signs for Cumbernauld Theatre. There is a car-park opposite the theatre, with the reserve being a short walk away.
Getting onto the reserve
From the car-park, walk back along the footpath adjacent the road in the direction of Cumbernauld House. Continue along the path until it meets the road and turn right. Follow the road to Cumbernauld House. There is a Cumbernauld Glen waymarker located at the next road junction.
Getting round the reserve
Cumbernauld Glen is used by walkers, cyclists and horse riders. Please be aware of other users whilst on your visit. The majority of paths within the Glen are tarmac and suitable for wheelchair users, although there are some steep sections. The reserve's Mountain Bike Trail (Glen Mile) is not a footpath. Please do not walk along the trails.
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