Thursday, 15 February 2024
The low stone walls and earthen banks of a post-medieval township were recently discovered in Glen Brittle Forest on the Isle of Skye during an environmental check ahead of harvest...
22 January 2024: the Red Squirrel Trail is currently closed due to fallen trees following recent storms. For your safety please follow any on site safety signage.
The Scots Pine trees of Devilla are a perfect habitat for red squirrels. After trying to spot them along the Red Squirrel Trail, continue to explore the wider forest and its four lochs, which are home to dragonflies and otters.
Please note the trail is currently closed due to fallen trees following recent storms. For your safety please follow any on site safety signage.
Watch for squirrels scurrying through the lodgepole pine on this short trail round Bordie Loch and past the legendary Standard Stone.
Firm gravel surface throughout with some uneven sections. Generally flat with some short fairly steep slopes. One wide section of boardwalk.
Allow 1 hour
The trail loops around a beautiful woodland loch, where you’ll find shaded picnic tables and well-placed benches. If you don’t spot the real thing along the way, look out for ‘squirrel shadows’ hidden in the trees that bring their shape and darting movements to life.
The nearest public toilets are in Culross.
There is no charge to park in this car park. Please park with care and consideration. In particular please park in designated parking areas only and do not block entrances or gates.
Devilla is on the north side of the A985, 2 ½ miles east of Kincardine.
FK10 4AS is the nearest postcode.
Magnificent oak trees in rolling Fife countryside
Attractive forest with a carpet of bluebells in Spring