Venue DescriptionGlentress is one of the top sites in Scotland for mountain biking, but also has lots more to offer: lots of trails, wildlife watching, a treetop adventure course and an excellent café and bike shop.
The Gateway building (which includes the Wildwatch room, information, accessible toilet and changing rooms/showers) is linked to the café and bike shop by a gentle slope. another accessible toilet is available in the café building. Free Blue Badge parking spaces are available at both buildings. There is another accessible toilet at the entrance to the Ponds Trail, which is across the forest road from the Falla Brae (Go Ape) car park. The Ponds Trail is designated 'easy' - for more information, see our website.
Accessibility Guide Link: https://forestryandland.gov.scot/visit/forest-parks/tweed-valley-forest-park/glentress
Glentress has 4 stars from VisitScotland and a gold Green Tourism award.
There are accessible toilets in the Gateway Building, in the café building and at the start of the Ponds trail, opposite the Falla Brae (Go Ape) car park.
Some staff may have had equality and diversity training. Some staff have done World Host training. There are staff in the café and bike shop and there are frequently Forestry and Land Scotland staff around the site, including on the trails.
Assistance dog facilities
Assistance dog exercise facilities
Water bowls are available
The venue says it has...
- Accessible Format
- Disabled Access
- Large Print
- Disabled Parking
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