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Crawick Multiverse is a 55 acre site with a mixture of terrains and contains various hazard.

These include steep slopes, slippery and unstable ground conditions, deep water, rock features and stone structures.

The site offers a range of walks, from easy to challenging.

The length of a walk, varying terrain and bad weather can make a walk more difficult than planned.

Suitable clothing and footwear for the weather and terrain should be worn. Open sandals and high heeled shoes are not recommended.

Wheelchair and limited mobility access

Many of the steep slopes and paths are not suitable for wheelchair users and visitors with other mobility issues, however access the centre of the main site is possible. The main gate can be opened by a member of staff to allow vehicle access to the centre of the site from where it is possible to view the surrounding landforms. Please contact us ahead of your visit to arrange for the gate to be opened for you.

Please be careful at all times. In the case of accident or emergency please alert site staff or call 999.

To discuss any concerns you have ahead of your visit, please call us on 01659 50242 or email

This project is part-financed by the Scottish Government and the European Union – LEADER 2014-2020 programme
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