Culbin Forest- Route 99

One of Moray’s many Forestry Commissions woodlands with promoted access, it is located on the coastal sand dunes between Findhorn Bay and Nairn. It has a wide network of paths suitable for many users, including the signed all abilities trail, known as the Route 99. 

  • Accessibility: Accessible for all users

    Horse riders are better catered for at the Cloddymoss car park.

  • Generally level
  • Fully signed

Forres – Dyke & Kintessack Circular

A circular route linking the rural communities of Dyke and Kintessack, with a spur to Broom of Moy, and on to the wider network of paths around Forres.

  • Unsuitable for wheelchairs and buggies
  • Terrain: Varied surfaces

    Minor tarmac roads, forest tracks, earth paths, and short sections of gravel paths. NOTE: In the winter a short section of the path between Dyke and Culbin Forest (at Loanhead) can be very wet. Waterproof boots or wellingtons are advised.

  • Generally level
  • Barriers: Some barriers

    Bridge with steps located at Wellhead.

  • Fully signed