About Blairadam Forest
The estate of Blair Crambeth was bought by the Scottish architect Sir William Adam in 1733. After building Blairadam House he added neighbouring estates to his land. In common with other landowners across Scotland at this time, he began to plant trees to create an attractive landscape and to produce commercial timber.
Most of this forest was felled during World War One. The Forestry Commission replanted the forest primarily with conifers such as Sitka and Norway spruce.
Whilst still producing commercial timber, Blairadam Forest also has a large network of paths and roads to explore.
How to get there:
Kelty, Cowdenbeath, and Dunfermline are the nearest towns or villages.
Take junction 4 from the M90 and head west along the B914.
OS Grid Reference: NT120950
For details of public transport visit http://www.travelinescotland.com
Places to go in Blairadam ForestBlairadam Wood
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