A fun park of swooping berms and big jumps, with some exciting technical features

Deuchny Hill Bike Park

Jump into Deuchny

Deuchny’s bike park has features that make it ideal for sessioning. The rest of the forest has some great tracks to explore for cross-country rides and links to the wider countryside. And of course, Deuchny Hill is a wonderful place to explore on foot too.

For more mountain bike action, this guide to Where to Ride has details of trails for all levels in the woods and countryside of Highland Perthshire.


  • The SPARTAN running/obstacle race will be taking place in Deuchny and Kinnoull Hill woods on 15 &16 September 2018. This is a large event and over the race weekend visitors should expect to encounter event participants across most areas of the Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park.
  • In order to facilitate the construction and breakdown of the course and obstacle structures, there will be increased vehicle traffic using the forest road network in the weeks before and after the event. For more information see

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Walking trails

Cycling trails

Mountain biking trails

Across the road, Kinnoull Hill has a network of wide tracks that are good for family cycling, although you need to be fit: there are some long hills to climb. Kinnoull and Deuchny are popular with walkers and horse riders too: ride with consideration for them.

Just next to the Jubilee car park there’s a large shed that makes an ideal base for group events in the forest. It can seat 25 people and has toilets, electricity and an outdoor sheltered area. There are no heating or cooking facilities. Get in touch for more details or to book the cabin for your event.

The woodland on Kinnoull Hill, including Deuchny Wood, is managed jointly by Forestry Commission Scotland and Perth and Kinross Council, in partnership with the Kinnoull Hill users’ group. Check their website for more about the place and to see how you can get involved.

Contact: Tay Forest District

Address: Inverpark, Dunkeld

Postcode: PH8 0JR

Telephone: 0300 067 6380


How to get here

By car or bike from the centre of Perth, cross the river Tay on West Bridge Street (the A85) and continue straight on up East Bridge Street. Turn right on Muirhall Road and follow the road for about 1.5 miles (2.5 km) to the Jubilee car park at grid reference NO 144 236.

Using SatNav?

PH2 7LN is the closest postcode for Kinnoull Hill.

Public transport

There is a regular bus service from Perth to Kinnoull Hill. Visit Traveline Scotland for details.

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