Bromley Muir | Moorlands | G83 8QY
What is a Moorland? A moorland or moor is a type of habitat found in upland areas in temperate grasslands, savannas, shrublands, shrublands biomes, montane grasslands and is characterised by low-growing vegetation on acidic soils. The difference between a Moorland and a Heathland is that a Heathland has been shaped by human land management. They need to be carefully managed, as they have come to support specialist wildlife and grow on infertile soil. Scotland's mountains, moors, hills and heaths cover more than 50% of our land area and extend from near sea level in the north and west to our highest mountain tops and there are six in West Dunbartonshire including Bromley Muir.
An area of rising moorland located to the west of Alexandria lies between Tullichewan Muir.
Large grasslands with long walking paths with a range of wildlife in the area.
A very small woodland offering some walking paths and a few species of wildlife and flora
Grassland with occasional bogs and varied flora across with mix insect species
Spectacular views over Campsie Hill, River Clyde, Dumbarton, Cowal, Renfrewshire, Lang Crags, Loch Lomond and Islands and Ben Lomond