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Great views of undiscovered countryside

Craigieburn Forest

Find space to breathe at Craigieburn

The countryside around Moffat, famous for its toffee and wool shops, is some of the most beautiful but least explored in Scotland. Craigieburn Forest, spreading up the valley side from the Moffat Water, offers great views of the rolling hills – if you don’t mind a bit of a climb. Our guide map of forests in the Southern Uplands (3.72MB PDF) shows them all of the wonderful trails in the area.


Parking Picnic area Walking

Life’s essentials

You’ll find public toilets and plenty of places to eat in Moffat.

Walking trails

Our guide map of forests in the Southern Uplands (3.72MB PDF) shows all of the wonderful trails in the area.

 

Cycling trails


Mountain biking trails


Contact: Dumfries and Borders Forest District

Address: Ae Village, Parkgate, Dumfries

Postcode: DG1 1QB

Telephone: 0300 067 6900

Email: dumfriesborders@forestry.gsi.gov.uk


How to get here

From Moffat, take the A708 towards Selkirk. The car park is signposted on the left after about 2 ½ miles, at grid reference NT 124 059.

Using SatNav?

DG10 9LF is the nearest postcode.

Nearby places

At Bessie’s Hill and Castle O’er you can explore ancient hill forts that once guarded the rolling hills forming the natural boundary between Scotland and England. You’ll find peaceful riverside walks and world-class mountain biking at the Forest of Ae, near Dumfries.


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