Highlands

  • Achnashellach Tea Hut Loop

    Achnashellach Tea Hut Loop is an epic 9.5km GPS MTB route in the North Highlands region. It has a total ascent of 1675.56 ft and  a maximum elevation of 1,252.17 ft. It starsts form the local Achnashellach train station car park. 


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.


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  • Aldie Burn MTB GPS

    Aldie Burn MTB GPS route is a challenging12.19 mile ride in Tain. There is a total ascent of 911.71 ft and has a maximum elevation of 879.56 ft. Park at the Aldie Burn forestry commission car park.


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.


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  • Ballatar to Aboyne MTB Route

    Ballatar to Aboyne MTB GPS Route is a 16km Easy graded route in the Cairngorms region of the Highlands.  Starting from either of the two local bike shops in Ballatar follow the signs to the old train station. Follow signs to the Deeside Way. 


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.

  • Bealach Brittle MTB GPS Loop

    Bealach Brittle MTB GPS loop is a 18.25 km trail ride in the Isle Of Skye, United Kingdom. There is a total ascent of 437.8 m and has a maximum elevation of 228. It starts at the Forestry Commission car park on the Glen Brittle road and follow the gently climbing fire road as it follows parallel with the road below. It's in the easy category with great views. 


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.


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  • Caledonian Canal Ride

    An easy ride that takes around an hour (around 9.7km). It starts form the Neptune Staircase lochs riding north on the well surfaced side of the canal. You can park in Banavie car park


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.

  • Ciaran Path

    The Cairan Path is an epic 45km route in the Scottish Highlands. It starts at the Ice Factor car park in Konlochleven.


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highland.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.

  • Ciaran Path GPS MTB Route

    Ciaran Path GPS MTB Route in the Highlands in Scotland. Technical, hard, rocky all natural route.

  • Corrieyairack Pass GPS MTB Route

    Corrieyairack Pass GPS MTB route is a an epic 40km trail with 1072 metres of ascent. It starts and you park in Fort Augustus, head east and skirt around Loch Ness for 2km until you begin to climb. 


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.


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  • Cow Hill MTB Trail

    Cow Hill is a challenging natural trail that is 10.8km long. Although short it is steep and physically rather than technically hard. You can park in the Braveheart car park in Glen Nevis taking the top car park path out to start the route. 


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.

  • Culbin Sands MTB Route

    Culbin Sands MTB GPS Route is a 4km easy route in the Moray region of the Highlands. It starts from Welhill car park. 


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.


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  • Glencoe Lochan

    The Glencoe Lochan MTB GPS route is an Teasy 1.6 to 3.2 km track in the Fort William and Lochaber's region. There are two short family orientated way marked routes that start from the Glencoe Lochan car park.


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highland.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.


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  • Kinlochleven - Ciaran Path

    The Kinlochleven - Ciaran Path MTB GPS route is 10.5 miles long. The route kicks off from Caolasnacon, Highland, PA40. It is a tough and technical rocky trail. 

  • Lairig Ghru GPS MTB Route

    Lairig Ghru GPS MTB Route. Lairig Ghru route in the Cairngorms is rocky, flowing and short. It starts from Badenoch and Strathspey Ward, Highland, PH22 1QG

  • Loch Affric MTB GPS Route

    Loch Affric MTB GPS Route is a challenging 17km route with a total ascent of 237 metres in the Loch Ness region. The start is grid reference is NH 189 227 which is the Affric Forest forestry car park.


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.

  • Loch Clair MTB GPS Route

    Loch Clair is an Easy graded 6.4 mile MTB GPS route in the Torridon area. It has a total ascent of 360.82 ft and a maximum elevation of 535.63 feet. Park opposite the road to Loch Clair. Ride over the bridge along the orad towards the Loch.


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.


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  • Loch Kinord, Aboyne MTB Route

    Loch Kinord, in Aboyne is a 24km challenging MTB GPS route in the Cairngorms region of the Highlands. Starting from either of the two local bike shops in Ballatar follow the signs to the old train station. Follow signs to the Deeside Way. 


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.


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  • Old Logging Way, Aviemore MTB Route

    Old Logging Way, Aviemore MTB Route is a This is a 20km Easy graded route near Aviemore, in the Cairngorms region. The route has a total ascent of 629.13 ft and has a maximum elevation of 1,164.24 ft. You can park in Aviemore town centre. 


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.


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  • Quiraing Loop, Isle of Skye MTB GPX Route

    The Quiraing MTB Loop is on the Isle of Skye in Scotland in the Higlands. It's short (around 7 miles) but one of those bucket list rides)

  • Sligachan MTB GPS Route

    Sligachan MTB GPS Route is an epic 46km trail with an ascent of 1000m. Set off from the Sligachan hotel and ride 14km south on the A87. At Luib turn of the road and through a gate signposted to Torrin.


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.


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  • Stob Bàn GPS MTB Route

    Stob Bàn GPS MTB Route - 4.83 km mtb route for Stob Bàn. Starts from Fort William and Ardnamurchan Ward, Highland, PH33 6SY

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