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Encounters in the wild

Discover the beauty of the forests of Moray, from coastal pine woods to our peaceful inland forests. The Forestry Commission have a series of great walks and cycle rides in the following locations in Scotland.

Waymarked trails are in place to help you find your way around, and many informal tracks wind through the trees. Each forest is unique and has something special to offer.

  • The Culbin forest offers great variety, its woodlands, ponds, shoreline and salt marsh: not to mention its fascinating story
  • Additional family facilities are at Roseisle: barbecues, picnic tables and toilets, together with quiet walks to explore and an attractive sandy beach
Badger Watches in the Culbin Forest

A rare opportunity to see badgers in their natural habitat. No promises - take your chances. You're in for a real treat if the badgers appear. Various dates from July to September. Modest cost per adult/child (max. of 8 people)

Contact Phone 01343 - 820 223 or check the following web site Culbin Forest