A mountain biker on part of the blue route at Carbisdale Mountain Bike Trails near Bonar Bridge, Sutherland
Looking down to Glenmore Lodge in the Queen's Forest, Glenmore Forest Park
View to the Cairngorms, across Glen Feshie and some small lochs in Inshriach Forest
Rogie Falls in the course of the Black Water, Garve
The stunning forests and woodlands in the Highlands offer an unforgettable way to experience the great outdoors and variety of activities offered by the region.
There is plenty to see and do when visiting the Highlands’ forests and woodlands, whether you are cycling in Moray’s majestic Culbin Forest or exploring the ancient Caledonian pine forests of Abernethy.
Explore Britain's largest National Park, the Cairngorms National Park, which features ancient forests and a great deal of precious wildlife which you can spot all year-round. Why not visit Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve in Wester Ross, Britain's first National Nature Reserve?
With miles of woodlands and forests, the truly unspoilt wilderness of the Highlands is certainly worth visiting, especially during the Year of Natural Scotland.
Use the detailed listings to help plan your trip to forests and woodlands in the Highlands.