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Aigas Community Forest

A productive, working forest providing measurable social, economic and environmental benefits for local residents and visitors alike

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Protocol for MTB Users

Aigas Community Forest supports responsible and safe MTB use.

  • Never use the trails on your own.
  • Always wear appropriate helmets, gloves and protective eyewear.
  • All riders do so at their own risk and are expected to ride within their own ability and familiarise themselves with the trail.
  • Be courteous to other road and trail users.
  • When approaching walkers or horses slow down, be ready to dismount. Always give way to walkers and horses.
  • Respect All Wildlife.
  • Keep clear of all felling and forestry activity.
  • Obey all forestry work area safety signage.
  • No Fires or BBQs in the Forest.
  • No cutting of trees or fallen timber is allowed.
  • No creation of new paths or variation to existing paths.
  • Carry a personal first aid kit.
  • Mobile phone reception is variable at best but have some means of communication. (Spot Gen 3)
  • Carry emergency personal contact details with you.
  • Advise your contacts when you exit the forest.
  • ACF strongly recommends that all MTB users take out appropriate third party liability insurance for their cycling activities.

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Aigas Community Forest, c/o North View, Crask of Aigas, Beauly, Inverness-shire Scotland IV4 7AD

This website was part-financed by the Scottish Government, the European Community Highland LEADER 2007 - 2013 Programme and The Highland Council.
Aigas Community Forest is a registered Scottish charity, No: SC041614
European Commission LEADER fund
The Highland Council
The Scottish Government
The European Agriculture fund for Rural Development. Europe investing in rural areas.