Wildflower Walks: The wild plants of Traprain Law
A 1 mile walk on East Lothian’s historic hill. As a result of volcanic activity in what is now Scotland over 300 million years ago, Traprain Law rises to a height of 220m above sea level. An important site for humans for over 5,000 years, today it’s a dramatic feature in an agricultural landscape and a refuge for many beautiful wild flowers and nationally scarce lichens. There is so much to see on this rewarding walk.