Devilla Forest - Four Lochs, near Kincardine

A surprising walk through this sprawling Forestry Commission site. On first glance Devilla looks like any other Scots Pine plantation, but each of its secretive lochs has its own unique character with an abundance of wildlife that includes red squirrels, dragonflies and wildfowl.


Forestry roads and unsurfaced woodland paths; the latter sometimes muddy.

Public Transport

None to start as described, although Moor Loch on the route can be easily accessed from Osborne Drive in Kincardine.


Forestry Commission's Devilla car park on the A985, two miles east of the Kincardine Bridge. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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