This attractive woodland offers impressive views of the Antonine Wall ditch and rampart, and is also important as the site of a Roman fortlet.
It is also the best place to see the visible remains of the military way, the Roman road that connected all of the forts along the Antonine Wall. The military way is located about 30m south of the Antonine Wall rampart, and can be traced as a 7m-wide cambered mound with a visible road surface (below).
Seabegs Wood can be found 1m west of Bonnybridge on the B816 Castlecary to Bonnybridge road, just south of the forth and Clyde Canal. Access via a signposted track.
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