The South Carrick Trails consist of five paths, ranging from family strolls to scenic hikes for ambitious walkers.
Changue Forest Trail takes you through the heart of Changue and boasts excellent views of the Polmaddie Hills, which rise to over 1,800 ft. Although the Changue Forest Trail is a cycling route, hikers will most definitely find it a worthwhile walk.
The Dinmurchie Trail combines forest and open hills, and it gives a marvellous view of the picturesque village of Barr. If you are lucky, you may see some of the forest wildlife such as deer, fox, hare, kestrels and buzzards.
Fairy Knowles Trail passes through attractive waterfalls and pools, and Kirstie's Trail follows the delightful Water of Gregg.
Following the Devils Trail leads to the ‘devil's footprints’, which, as legend has it, was the site of a battle between the Laird of Changue and the devil. To defend himself, the laird placed his Bible at his feet and drew a circle in the dirt around him using his sword. If you look carefully, you can still see the devil's footprints, the circle drawn by the sword and the mark of the Bible in the grass.