About Fauldhouse Forest
Lying between the towns of Fauldhouse and Harthill, the varied Fauldhouse forest occupies ground which was the heart of the local coal mining industry.
The woodland offers quiet seclusion whilst the higher ground offers superb views of the Breich Valley.
There are are several ponds within the forest and a wide range of animal and insect life.
The Forest Cycle Trail offers easy cycling, and there are a number of unwaymarked paths also suitable for cycling, walking and horse riding.
How to get there:
Fauldhouse is the nearest town or village.
Leave the M8 from Junction 4 and take the A705 to Whitburn. Head south on the A706 to Longridge and take the B7010 to Fauldhouse
By train Fauldhouse station is on the Edinburgh to Glasgow Central line.
OS Grid Reference: NS930610
For details of public transport visit http://www.travelinescotland.com
Start your visit from:Community Centre
The unwaymarked trails can be muddy and uneven.
The forest roads make for easy cycling.