Port-Glasgow Parish

One of the most easily accessible of the glens in the West open to the public is Devol’s Glen, in this parish. It was once visited by the Society early in its history, but there is no minute left. It is a locality which well repays a visit for its beds of volcanic ash with embedded bombs, its flows of trap with zeolitic minerals (stilbite prominently), its fine falls and rapid cascades, while the botany is also of considerable interest for both phanerogamic and cryptogamic forms.