A real mix of walking and off road cycling/mountain biking, including the Hermitage, Pine Cone Point, the Inver Walk and many other possibilities.
Craigvinean Forest is also home to the famously steep and tricky downhill track used every year as a round of the Scottish Downhill Association (SDA) race series.
Craigvinean was one of the first of the Big Tree Country forests, and one of several planted by the Dukes of Atholl. It became a popular place in Victorian times: early visitors delighted in the forest paths leading to follies and dramatic viewpoints. Now you can follow the trails to discover the same stunning views over Dunkeld and the mighty River Tay.
Download the Forestry Commission Scotland’s guide for full information.