Caddam Woods and Loch of Kinnordy

Route Description

This is an easy (Green) mostly flat route which has the option of a smaller loop which is suitable for younger children and balance bikes.

Starting at the layby at Caddam Woods, take the path sign posted Causewayend and proceed around the woods in an anti-clockwise direction (you have the option at this point of shortening the route by doing a circuit of Caddam Woods). At the junction of the road at Causewayend, turn right continuing past the entrance to Kinnordy Farm and turn left at the next road junction. Continue along this road until you meet with the footpath signed for Kinnordy Loch. The track down to the loch is quite steep so younger or more inexperienced riders might want to walk this part. At the bottom of the hill follow the trail left, watching out for the small rooty and boggy section close to the pond. This area can be quite boggy so in wet conditions we advise you to dismount and walk to avoid path erosion.

Continuing on, ignore the footbridge on your right and follow the path until it meets with the road. Turn left and follow the road back to the starting point and Caddam Woods.

Route Specific Information:

  • Please be courteous to all other path users.
  • Give people plenty of warning you are coming and be wary of dogs off the leash.
  • While cycling on the road remember to comply with The Highway Code.
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Starting Point
Layby at Caddam Woods on the B955
Trail Type
Length
8km
Height
40m
Grade
Route Map Image
Angus Mountain Bike Trail 9