About Linn Dean Scottish Wildlife Trust
Linn Dean is a steep-sided glen with flower-rich grassland that supports a colony of Northern Brown Argus butterflies. Juniper grows on the reserve and the Linn Dean Water provides suitable conditions for unusual mosses and liverworts. The best time to see wildflowers is between May and July. There are no maintained paths on Linn Dean, and visitors must take care of the steep, wet and uneven ground conditions. Visitors are advised to wear footwear with a good grip suitable for these conditions.