– on the Wallace Way
The new woodcarving trail is designed to take visitors on a journey through time to learn more about Stirling’s fascinating history, from the ice age through to the building of the Monument.
The 15-20 minute route ascends the Abbey Craig and takes visitors from the car park to the entrance of The National Wallace Monument.
The beautiful collection was designed by Iain Chalmers and is made predominantly out of cedar wood.
Click the images below for information on each of the carvings you will find on the Abbey Craig:
PLEASE NOTE: The paths have a hard surface of loose stone, and they can be steep.