Culbin's 14-km long forest and ever-changing coastline offer a huge variety of natural features to explore and discover.
First time visitors can enjoy a great circular walk: the fully accessible Hill 99 viewpoint trail meanders through the quiet pine forest to a 'squirrel's eye viewpoint in the tree tops. Or, for just a short, gentle stroll, well surfaced paths lead you to the Gravel Pit ponds, in easy reach of Wellhill.
How do I get to Culbin?
See the how to get to Culbin page for details of how to get to the forest and foreshore.
Where should I start?
The best entry point for first time visitors is at Wellhill, a great place to start with a network of tracks and paths.
To help you choose where to visit, we've put together a list of the top 12 places to see in Culbin.
How do I get round?
There are hundreds of kilometres of tracks and paths from which to choose, but finding your way round is easy: all key junctions within Culbin are numbered and there’s a handy map/guide to pick up on site.
What about access for wheelchair users and less able visitors?
See our information on easy access at Culbin.
Is it easy to get to the beach and shoreline?
Not really - it's a pretty long way! If you're looking for a great beach and forest experience that's easy to reach for all the family, try Roseisle, with toilets and barbeque facilities on hand too.
What facilities are there in the forest?
There's ample parking at Wellhill.
The toilet block at Wellhill includes facilities for less able visitors and baby changing.
Food & drink
The nearest place for refreshments is Brodie Country Fare as well as the nearby towns of Forres and Nairn.
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