Kirkhill Forest is a forest in Scotland, situated to the north-west of Aberdeen, on the north side of the A96 between the villages of Dyce and Blackburn. Kirkhill is a working forest with a network of paths for walking, a permanent orienteering trail, and a mountain bike fun park.
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Alan Murray | Feb 12, 2018
A great day out for you on your mountain bike. Lots of trails to follow and of course there is the awesome fun park. This u great for all ages with plenty parking.
Keith Lamont | Apr 20, 2018
Nice biking venue with trail's for all levels, short runs but for the more technical you need someone with local knowledge!
Calum Annand | Apr 20, 2018
Nice trail with an even better location for mountain biking.
Michael W | Aug 30, 2017
A decent spot for a days trail riding. Good mixture of trails for all skill levels. Access to most of the site by fire roads. Trails are generally well kept and rideable in all weather's. Note that area is popular with everyone, not just cyclists and be wary as some will ignore warning signs & stroll merrily up some of the dedicated trails.
Caroline Jenkins | Dec 9, 2017
Its awesome ride round on mountain bike I enjoy meet few other people doing mountain biking
Islam Aghayev | May 17, 2018
Good place for a family walk or cycling. Be prepared to spend 2.5hrs.
Stuart Fraser | May 15, 2018
First trip here in a very long time... great wee blast on the bike
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