Tyrebagger Forest - Forestry Commission Scotland
Tyrebagger forest is a fantastic forest to explore. There are two circular walks and links to longer walks on Elrick and Brimmond Hills.
The eastern side of the wood has superb mature Douglas firs, towering above the forest floor like cathedral pillars, shading a carpet of ferns and wood sorrel.
Come here for peace and quiet, broken only by the calls of woodland birds. There are some fascinating sculptures, which also make a visit to Tyrebagger very memorable.
Walk through the enchanting mature woodland, with its broadleaves and conifers, plants and flowers. There are paths for everyone.
Why not visit Tyrebagger Forest at Christmas time to buy your real Christmas tree from the Forestry Commission. Open 9am - 5pm throughout December.
From the A96, take the B979 turn off south between Blackburn roundabout and Dyce roundabout. The east and west car parks are about 250m and 400m along this road on the left.
The Christmas Tree car park, which is only open in December, is opposite the entrance to the west car park.