GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Scotland Cycle Routes

Enjoy mountains, lochs, rivers, canals and beautiful coast on the numerous cycle trails running through Scotland. Highlights include the wonderful Clyde Walkway shared cycle and walking path. Also try the Dava Way and the Formartine and Buchan Way for more traffic free cycling along dismantled railway lines.

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Route NamePhotoDistanceDescription
Aberdeen to Maud36 miles (58 km)Follow NCN route 1 and the splendid off road View Full Details>>
Aberdeen to Stonehaven27 miles (43 km)This ride follows National Cycle route 1 along the North Sea coast from Aberdeen to Stonehaven. View Full Details>>
Aden Country Park2 miles (3 km)Explore 230 acres of parkland in this beautiful country park in the heart of Buchan. Scenery in the park includes peaceful woodland, a lake and a Victorian arboretum. There are also farm buildings built around 1800, a ruined mansion house and a coach house built in 1832 which now houses the award winning Aberdeenshire Farming Museum. View Full Details>>
Almondell and Calderwood Country Park3 miles (5 km)Explore 220 acres of country park near Broxburn on this easy cycle or walk. In the park you will find peaceful woodland and a lovely waterside trail running along the River Almond. Almondell is a haven for wildlife - look out for Roe deer, fox, heron, otters and woodpeckers†as you make your way through the park. View Full Details>>
Arbroath to Montrose17 miles (27 km)Follow National Cycle route 1 along the North Sea coast on this splendid cycle ride which has wonderful views of Lunan Bay and Montrose Basin. View Full Details>>
Ayr to Maybole11 miles (18 km)Follow National Cycle route 7 along the coast from Ayr to the town of Maybole on this short easy route. View Full Details>>
Ayr to Newton Stewart47 miles (75 km)Travel along National Cycle route 7 and through the incredible Galloway Forest Park on this lovely ride. View Full Details>>
Balloch Castle Country Park3 miles (4.5 km)Enjoy spectacular views of Loch Lomond in this beautiful country park in West Scotland. There are 200 acres to explore with nature trails, guided walks, peaceful woodland, a delightful walled garden and Balloch Castle which now serves as the visitor centre. You can stroll along the shoreline of the loch and then visit the Chinese Garden, Quarry Pond and the Secret Garden before enjoying refreshments at the loch side kiosk. View Full Details>>
Banff to Buckie22 miles (36 km)Travel along the Moray Firth coast of Scotland on National Cycle route 1 and enjoy some splendid coastal scenery. View Full Details>>
Beecraigs Country Park5 miles (8 km)Enjoy a peaceful cycle or walk around this beautiful country park in Linlithgow, West Lothian. There are 913 acres to explore with a multitude of woodland trails suitable for leisure cyclists, mountain bikers and walkers. View Full Details>>
Bellingham to Langholm47 miles (75 km)This ride follows National Cycle route 10 through the beautiful and tranquil View Full Details>>
Berwick-upon-Tweed to Dunbar34 miles (55 km)This lovely ride follows National Cycle route 76 from England into the Scottish Borders giving wonderful coastal views along the way. View Full Details>>
Berwick-upon-Tweed to Melrose45 miles (72 km)Follow National Cycle route 1 and the River Tweed from Northumberland in England into the Scottish borders. View Full Details>>
Bonaly Country Park5 miles (8 km)This country park is located a few miles to the south of Edinburgh city centre. The park features cycle and walking trails taking you through woodland and open moorland to a series of reservoirs. There are excellent views of the Pentland Hills, Edinburgh, the†Lothians,†Fife†and the†Firth of Forth†from the park. View Full Details>>
Buckie to Elgin17 miles (27 km)This ride follows National Cycle route 1 and the Moray Firth coast of Scotland from Buckie to Elgin via Portgordon and Garmouth. View Full Details>>
Calderglen Country Park3 miles (5 km)Follow the Rotten Calder River through this lovely country park in East Kilbride. There is a delightful riverside path passing through a scenic wooded glen forged out by the river. There are numerous pretty waterfalls along the path, woodland wildflowers and important geological features. Cyclists can also use the trails in the park but please beware of other users. View Full Details>>
Caledonian Canal6 miles (9 km)Follow the Caledonian Canal from Inverness to Loch Dochfour on this waterside walk or cycle in the Scottish Highlands. The flat towpath is ideal for an easy cycle or walk in beautiful surroundings. View Full Details>>
Campbeltown to Tarbert39 miles (62 km)Travel along National Cycle route 78 and the Kintyre Peninsula on this spectacular ride which gives fabulous of views of Kilbrannan Sound and the west coast of the Isle of Arran. View Full Details>>
Carlisle to Gretna20 miles (32 km)Follow National Cycle route 7 from England into the Scottish borders and enjoy views of the Rivers Eden and Esk. View Full Details>>
Carrbridge to Aviemore11 miles (18 km)Travel along National Cycle route 7 and through the stunning Cairngorms National Park on this lovely short cycle ride. View Full Details>>
Carrbridge to Kingussie26 miles (42 km)This ride follows National Cycle route 7 through the stunning Cairngorms National Park. View Full Details>>
Castle Semple3 miles (5 km)Castle Semple country park is located in the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park at Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire View Full Details>>
Cathkin Braes Country Park2 miles (4 km)Enjoy panoramic views of the city of Glasgow and the mountain peaks beyond in this country park south east of Glasgow. View Full Details>>
Chatelherault Country Park6 miles (9 km)Enjoy a cycle or walk around this large country park located between Motherwell and Hamilton. The park lies along the River Avon gorge with ancient woodland and riverside trails to enjoy. Highlights of the park include the Hunting Lodge and Summer House built in 1732 for the Dukes of Hamilton. In the buildings you will find the visitor centre, the Banqueting Hall and Duke and Duchess Apartments, an Exhibition Gallery with displays, the Gift Shop and Cafe. There's also a wide variety of wildlife including roe deer, otter, badger and various woodland birds. View Full Details>>
Clatto Country Park3 miles (5 km)Enjoy miles of well laid out cycling and walking trails in this lovely country park in Dundee. The route starts by taking you around the large reservoir on the waterside path. Look out for a variety of birdlife including Pochard, Goldeneye, Tufted Ducks, Moorhen, and Coot. The route then heads into the peaceful Templeton Woods†where you can look out for red squirrels. View Full Details>>
Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park3 miles (5.5 km)Enjoy a cycle or walk along the beautiful Lunderston Bay in the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park located on the South Clyde estuary in Scotland. View Full Details>>
Clyde Walkway39 miles (62 km)This splendid, waterside cycle and walking route, runs along the River Clyde, from Glasgow to New Lanark, South Lanarkshire. View Full Details>>
Coast and Castles199 miles (321 km)The complete National Cycle Network Coast and Castles route from Newcastle to Edinburgh View Full Details>>
Crinan Canal8 miles (12.5 km)Enjoy a waterside walk or cycle along the Crinan Canal in Argyll and Bute. It's a stunningly beautiful area with the canal running between Loch Crinan and Ardrishaig on Loch Fyne. Along the way there are a number of pretty locks and bridges with fabulous views of the surrounding Scottish hills and countryside. The flat towpath makes for a nice easy stroll or cycle ride. View Full Details>>
Crinan to Taynuilt36 miles (58 km)This stunning ride follows National Cycle route 78 through Kilmartin Glen and includes a wonderful long stretch along Loch Awe. View Full Details>>
Culbin Forest17 miles (28 km)Enjoy a cycle or walk around this large coastal forest near Nairn. There are a huge number of tracks to choose from including the easy Hill 99 trail which is waymarked. View Full Details>>
Cycle around Millport10 miles (16 km)This route follows the coastal roads around the the island of†Great Cumbrae†in the†Firth of Clyde,†off the coast of†North Ayrshire. The route runs for a distance of about 10 miles on fairly flat roads. As such it should take around 1-2 hours to cycle around the island at a leisurely pace. View Full Details>>
Dalkeith Country Park3 miles (5 km)This large country park near Edinburgh has a number of excellent walking and cycling paths. The waymarked walking trails run through the ancient oak woodland and along the River Esk which runs through the park. Cyclists can follow the miles of estate roads and then follow a lovely off road path along the River Esk to Musselburgh on the coast. View Full Details>>
Dams to Darnley Country Park3 miles (4.5 km)Enjoy cycling and walking in this large country park near Glasgow. There are 1350 acres to explore including wetland, burn, woodland, grassland and scrub. The main attractions in the park are the beautiful Barrhead Dams with miles of waterside trails alongside a series of connected reservoirs. The dams are excellent for birdwatching - look out for lapwing, ringed plover, redshank, common sandpiper and common gull. View Full Details>>
Dava Way23 miles (37 km)A super cycling and walking route along a dismantled railway line from Forres in Moray to Granton-on-Spey, Highland. The route passes through a pleasant mixture of farmland, woodland and moorland while also crossing the River Divie at Glenernie. It provides a link between the Speyside Way in the south and the Moray Firth Trail to the north. View Full Details>>
Drumpellier Country Park2 miles (4 km)Explore 500 acres of lowland heath, mixed woodlands, lochs and open grassland in this pretty country park located between Glasgow and Airdrie. You can follow the woodland paths to Lochend Loch and Woodend Loch before enjoying a stroll along the Monkland Canal which runs through the southern end of the park. The park also contains a Visitor Centre, Cafeteria, Peace Garden and Nature trails.† View Full Details>>
Dumbarton to Callander39 miles (62 km)Follow National Cycle route 7 on this incredible cycle ride through Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and enjoy fabulous views of Lochs Lomond, Drunkie and Venachar. View Full Details>>
Dumfries to Annan25 miles (40 km)Travel along National Cycle route 7 from Dumfries to Annan and enjoy splendid views of the Solway Firth. View Full Details>>
Dumfries to Castle Douglas19 miles (30 km)This ride follows National Cycle route 7 from Dumfries to Castle Douglas. View Full Details>>
Dumfries to Gatehouse of Fleet45 miles (72 km)This ride follows National Cycle route 7 from Dumfries to Gatehouse of Fleet via Castle Douglas and Kirkcudbright Bay . View Full Details>>
Dumfries to Gretna34 miles (55 km)Travel along National Cycle route 7 from Dumfries to Gretna and enjoy splendid views of the Solway Firth. View Full Details>>
Dundee to Arbroath20 miles (32 km)Follow National Cycle route 1 along the Firth of Tay from Dundee to Arbroath on this lovely easy ride which passes by the famous Carnoustie golf course - home of the Open. View Full Details>>
Dundee to Dunfermline53 miles (86 km)Follow National Cycle route 777 and 1 on this long but rewarding route that offers splendid views of the Fith of Tay and Lochs Glow and Leven. View Full Details>>
Dundee to Perth24 miles (38 km)Follow National Cycle route 77 along the Firth of Tay from Dundee to Perth on this easy ride. View Full Details>>
Dundee to St Andrews19 miles (30 km) Follow National Cycle route 1 along the Firth of Tay on this short, easy ride. View Full Details>>
Dunfermline to Alloa15 miles (24 km)This lovely easy ride follows NCN route 764 and the trackbed of a disused railway line from Dunfermline to Alloa via Clackmannan and Carnock View Full Details>>
Dunfermline to Stirling37 miles (60 km)Travel along National Cycle routes 1 and 76, taking you along the Firth of Forth from Dunfermline to Stirling. View Full Details>>
Edinburgh to Airdrie41 miles (66 km)Travel along National Cycle Route 75 and enjoy lovely waterside runs along the Union Canal and the River Almond. View Full Details>>
Edinburgh to Bathgate26 miles (42 km)Travel along National Cycle Route 75 and enjoy lovely waterside runs along the Union Canal and the River Almond. View Full Details>>
Edinburgh to Dunbar35 miles (57 km)Travel through East Lothian along National Cycle Routes 1 and 76 and enjoy splendid views of Edinburgh and the Firth of Forth. View Full Details>>
Edinburgh to Dunfermline22 miles (36 km)Travel along National Cycle Route 1 and enjoy fabulous views of the Firth of Forth. View Full Details>>
Edinburgh to Kirkcaldy31 miles (50 km)Travel along National Cycle routes 1 and 76, taking you along the Firth of Forth from Edinburgh to Kirkcaldy. View Full Details>>
Edinburgh to Melrose55 miles (88 km)This long but rewarding ride takes you along National Cycle route 1 from Edinburgh to Melrose in the Scottish borders. View Full Details>>
Edinburgh to Stirling50 miles (80 km)Travel along National Cycle Routes 1 and 76 and enjoy splendid views of the Firth of Forth. View Full Details>>
Eglinton Country Park4 miles (6 km)This large country park in Kilwinning has nearly 1000 acres of parkland to explore on cycling and walking trails. There are peaceful woodland trails and delightful waterside paths running along Eglinton Loch and Lugton Water which runs through the southern end of the park. Other features in the park include the Eglinton Castle ruins, the walled garden and the pretty Clement Wilson gardens. View Full Details>>
Elgin to Nairn28 miles (45 km)Follow National Cycle route 1 from Elgin to Nairn and enjoy splendid views of the Moray Firth and Findhorn Bay. View Full Details>>
Forfar Loch Country Park2 miles (4 km)Follow the 2 View Full Details>>
Formartine and Buchan Way53 miles (86 km)A super off road cycling and walking trail through Aberdeenshire following a dismantled railway line. The route runs from Dyce to Fraserburgh with an optional section to Peterhead. Highlights on the route include Aden Country Park where you will find the Aberdeenshire Farming Museum, forest walks and a ruined country house. The path also passes the peaceful Pitfour Lake, the 13th century ruined abbey at Deer Abbey (see video), the Strichen White Horse and the ancient Strichen Stone Circle. View Full Details>>
Fort William to Fort Augustus33 miles (53 km)Travel along the View Full Details>>
Forth and Clyde Canal35 miles (56 km)Follow the towpath of the Forth and Clyde Canal from Bowling to Falkirk on this super cycling and walking route. The route follows National Cycle Network Routes 7 and 754 so is well signed throughout. At Falkirk you can link up with the Union Canal which will take you into Edinburgh. As such you can cross central Scotland from Glasgow to Edinburgh on traffic free canalside paths. View Full Details>>
Gartmorn Dam Country Park3 miles (4.5 km)This 370 acre Country Park and Nature Reserve is located less than two miles from Alloa and Clackmannan in Clackmannanshire. The centrepiece of the park is the 170 acre Gartmorn Dam reservoir which has a lovely waterside path and is surrounded by peaceful woodlands. The park is very good for wildlife watching - look out for woodpeckers, roe deer, hare and red squirrels in the woodland areas and various wildfowl on the reservoir.† View Full Details>>
Glasgow to Airdrie19 miles (30 km)Follow National Cycle route 75 from Glasgow to Airdrie and enjoy views of the River Clyde. View Full Details>>
Glasgow to Balloch21 miles (34 km)This ride takes you from the city of Glasgow to the village of Balloch in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. The route runs for just over 20 miles, using a largely traffic free section of National Cycle Network Route 7. It's a fairly flat ride taking you along the Clyde River, the Forth and Clyde Canal and finally through the lovely scenery of the Vale of Leven. As such it's a great way to reach the shores of Loch Lomond using your steam. View Full Details>>
Glasgow to Dumbarton16 miles (25 km)Follow the River Clyde and National Cycle route 7 on this easy traffic free ride. View Full Details>>
Glasgow to Edinburgh66 miles (106 km)This is the complete route from Glasgow to Edinburgh along the Forth and Clyde Canal and the Union Canal. The route follows National Cycle Network Routes 7, 75 and 754 so is well signed throughout. It follows the towpath of these two major canals and is traffic free for the duration so it is also suitable for walkers. The route runs for a distance of about 66 miles so it is possible to complete it in one day if you have a good level of fitness. View Full Details>>
Glasgow to Greenock28 miles (45 km)This ride takes you along National Cycle route 75 from Glasgow to Greenock on the Firth of Clyde. View Full Details>>
Glasgow to Lochwinnoch21 miles (33 km)This lovely short easy ride takes you along National Cycle route 75 from Glasgow to Paisley. View Full Details>>
Glasgow to Paisley10 miles (16 km)This lovely short easy ride takes you along National Cycle route 75 from Glasgow to Paisley. View Full Details>>
Glen Etive11 miles (18 km)This is a fairly flat walk or cycle through the beautiful Glen Etive in the Scottish Highlands. The route runs along a long country lane, following the River Etive through the Glen to Loch Etive. It's a special area with the river dotted with pretty waterfalls and surrounded by the striking peaks of Buachaille Etive Mor. Look out for red deer as you make your way through this stunning glen. View Full Details>>
Glen Orchy14 miles (23 km)This large area of woodland in Argyll and Bute has miles of cycling and walking trails to follow. There's also a series of impressive waterfalls, streams and rivers to enjoy. View Full Details>>
Gleniffer Braes Country Park5 miles (8 km)Explore 480 acres of woodland, farmland and moorland in this country park near Paisley. There are a number of way-marked walking and cycling paths running through the park. You can also enjoy fabulous views of Paisley, the Lower Clyde Valley and Ben Lomond. If you head to the eastern end of the park you will find Gleniffer Burn, waterfalls near Braemount, the Glenburn Reservoir and Thornley Dam. Also of interest is the 50 ft deep Gleniffer Gorge on the Tannahill walkway and the Craigielinn waterfall where icicles can be seen hanging in the winter months. View Full Details>>
Glenmore Forest Park6 miles (9 km)This forest in the Cairngorms National Park has miles of fantastic cycling and walking trails to enjoy. This circular route starts at the excellent visitor centre and follows cycle and walking trails into the forest and alongside the lovely Loch Morlich. The loch has a pretty beach perfect for relaxing on after your ride/walk, while the visitor centre has a great cafe with refreshments. There's also a wide variety of wildlife to look out for including Scottish Crossbill,†Crested Tit,†Capercaillie†and†Red Deer. The magnificent Cairngorms mountains make a wonderful backdrop for the route. View Full Details>>
Great Glen Way73 miles (117 km)Follow the Great Glen, running from Fort William in the west to Inverness in the east. The route is suitable for walkers and cyclists with a mountain bike or robust hybrid. View Full Details>>
Greenock to Taynuilt40 miles (65 km)This fantastic ride follows National Cycle route 75 from Greenock to Taynuilt and includes two ferry crossings. View Full Details>>
Gretna to Lockerbie19 miles (30 km)This ride follows National Cycle route 74 from Gretna to Lockerbie. View Full Details>>
Inverness to Carrbridge32 miles (52 km)Travel along National Cycle routes 1 and 7 on this fascinating cycle ride which takes you past Culloden battlefield and the historic Bronze Age Clava Cairns. View Full Details>>
Inverness to Nairn25 miles (40 km)Travel along National Cycle route 1 in this fascinating cycle ride which takes you past Culloden battlefield and the historic Bronze Age Clava Cairns. View Full Details>>
Inverness to Tain41 miles (66 km)Travel along National Cycle route 1 from Inverness to Tain and enjoy some fabulous highland scenery as you pass through the Black Isle and cross both the Moray Firth and then the Cromarty Firth on the Cromarty Ferry. View Full Details>>
Isle of Arran Explorer15 miles (24 km)This fabulous 55 mile cycle route takes you around the whole of the beautiful Isle of Arran. You'll follow a series of quiet coastal roads, visiting pretty villages and beautiful bays with fabulous views throughout. View Full Details>>
Isle of Skye29 miles (47 km)Cycle from Broadford to Portree on this terrific, waterside cycle route on the Isle of Skye. The route starts at the lovely village of Broadford with great views of Broadford bay. You then follow the coastal road north west passing Loch na Cairidh and Loch Ainort while enjoying splendid views of Scalpay Island. You continue along the coast passing Loch Sligachan before a woodland section through Glen Varragill takes you to the finish at Portree, the largest town on the island. View Full Details>>
Killin to Callander25 miles (40 km)Travel through the beautiful Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park along National Cycle route 7 on this stunning cycle ride. View Full Details>>
Kilmarnock to Ardrossan17 miles (28 km)Travel along NCN route 73 from Kilmarnock to Ardrossan where you can catch the View Full Details>>
Kilmarnock to Ayr27 miles (43 km)This ride takes you along National Cycle route 73 to Irvine and then along route 7 along the coast to Ayr. View Full Details>>
Kilmarnock to Troon17 miles (28 km)This ride takes you along National Cycle route 73 to Irvine and then along route 7 along the coast to Troon. View Full Details>>
Kingussie to Pitlochry47 miles (75 km)Follow National Cycle route 7 on this incredible cycle ride through the breathtaking Cairngorms National Park. View Full Details>>
Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park5 miles (7.5 km)Follow numerous, peaceful woodland trails through this lovely park in Perth. From Kinnoull Hill there are fabulous views of the River Tay and the surrounding countryside. View Full Details>>
Kirkcaldy to St Andrews31 miles (50 km)Follow National Cycle routes 766 and 1 on this lovely route through Fife. View Full Details>>
Kirkhill Forest7 miles (11.2 km)This forest near Aberdeen has some good walking paths and mountain bike trails to try. There's also a series of hills to climb with great views over the surrounding area. View Full Details>>
Knapdale Forest3 miles (5 km)Enjoy miles of cycling and walking trails in this expansive forest in Argyll and Bute. It's a great place for outdoor exercise with a series of pretty lochs, waterfalls, woodland trails and lots of wildlife to look out for. View Full Details>>
Lairg to Tongue37 miles (60 km)Follow National Cycle route 1 through the Scottish Highlands and enjoy fabulous views of the stunning Ben Hope and Ben Loyal mountains and the beautiful Loch Shin and Loch Loyal. View Full Details>>
Lanark to Lockerbie53 miles (85 km)Travel through the beautiful South Lanarkshire countryside along National Cycle route 74 on this lovely ride. View Full Details>>
Linn Park2 miles (2.5 km)At 200 acres, Linn Park is the second largest park in the city of Glasgow. There are lovely woodland and riverside walks and the park is also suitable for cyclists - please take care on certain sections and on loose fill paths. View Full Details>>
Loch Ard4 miles (6 km)Enjoy a walk or cycle along the beautiful Loch Ard, near Aberfoyle in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. View Full Details>>
Loch Katrine13 miles (21 km)This super cycle and walking route takes you on the lochside path around Loch Katrine in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. You start off at the Trossachs Pier and Visitor centre at the south eastern end of the loch where cycle hire is available. You then pick up the excellent tarmac path which starts off fairly flat but does have some climbs along the way. There are great views over the loch and to the surrounding hills and mountains. You'll also pass Glengyle House, the birthplace of Robert Roy MacGregor, the†Scottish†outlaw and folk hero. View Full Details>>
Loch Lochy11 miles (18 km)Enjoy a waterside cycle or walk along the magnificent Loch Lochy on this route in the Scottish Highlands. On the northern/western side of the loch there is an excellent traffic free cycle and walking trail running along the Great Glen Way. You can park at the little Hamlet of Clunes and then pick up the waterside trail. The trail runs through the woodland of Clunes Forest with the option of extending your walk in the woods. View Full Details>>
Loch Lubnaig9 miles (15 km)This cycling and walking route follows National Cycle Route 7 from Callander to Strathyre along Loch Lubnaig. It's a great traffic free path, running for just over 9 miles along the Garbh Uisge river before heading through the woodland of Queen Elizabeth Forest Park alongside the loch. The route finishes at the little village of Strathyre†at the northern end of the water. View Full Details>>
Loch Ness12 miles (19 km)This cycling and walking route follows cycle tracks and the View Full Details>>
Loch Oich10 miles (16 km)Enjoy a circular cycle or walk around Loch Oich in the Scottish Highlands. On the western side of the loch you follow challenging woodland trails through the forest above the loch in Invergarry. On the eastern side you can follow a flatter, waterside trail along the Great Glen Way. Good start points for the route are at the villages of Invergarry or Aberchalder. You could also start from the Forestry Commission car park at the southern end of the loch. View Full Details>>
Loch Venachar and Loch Drunkie19 miles (30 km)This route in Queen Elizabeth Forest Park follows National Cycle Network Route 7 through the Achray Forest to two beautiful lochs in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. The route starts in the village of Aberfoyle and follows good woodland paths to Lochan Reoidhte and then on to Loch Drunkie. You continue on more forest tracks before a long lochside stretch along Loch Venachar. There's great views across the water to the surrounding woodland, hills and mountains. View Full Details>>
Lochore Meadows Country Park3 miles (5.5 km)Enjoy lovely waterside walking and cycling in this country park in Fife. The centrepiece of park is the beautiful Loch Ore which is surrounded by woodlands, meadows, grasslands, ponds and a Nature Reserve. You can explore the park on four way-marked trails of varying lengths and difficulty. The routes take you to Lochore Castle, Harran Hill Wood (with ancient woodland), Harran Hill (where there are fine views of the park) and over the Clune where there are archaeological features dating back to the Bronze Age. View Full Details>>
Maud to Banff28 miles (45 km)Follow National Cycle route 1 from Maud to the coastal Banff and Macduff via Turriff. View Full Details>>
Montrose to Stonehaven28 miles (45 km)This wonderful coastal cycle ride follows National Cycle route 1 through St Cyrus, Johnshaven and Inverbervie giving splendid views of Montrose Bay, Inverbervie Bay and the North Sea coastline. View Full Details>>
Mugdock Country Park4 miles (6 km)This super country park in Milngavie has miles of footpaths and cycle routes to enjoy. This route takes you alongside Mugdock Reservoir, through Mugdock Wood, along Allander Water and past Mugdock Loch before returning to the start point at the car park by the reservoir. The combination of peaceful woodland trails and waterside paths makes for a lovely cycle or walk. View Full Details>>
Newton Stewart to Gatehouse of Fleet19 miles (30 km)Follow National Cycle route 7 on this pleasant ride through Dumfries and Galloway. View Full Details>>
Orkney Islands Explorer78 miles (125 km)This is the complete National Cycle route 1 for the Orkney Islands, taking you on a wonderful cycling tour around these beautiful islands. View Full Details>>
Palacerigg Country Park4 miles (6 km)Enjoy miles of walking and cycling trails through this large country park in Cumbernauld. This previously uninspiring area has been transformed with the planting of thousands of native trees and shrubs. The park is now a haven for wildlife attracting roe deer, badger, fox and hare. Birdwatchers should look out for sparrowhawk, kestrel, long-eared and short-eared owl. View Full Details>>
Perth to Dunkeld17 miles (28 km)This lovely route follows the River Tay and NCN route 77 from Perth to Dunkeld View Full Details>>
Pitlochry to Aberfeldy16 miles (25 km)Follow the Rivers Tummel and Tay along National Cycle route 7 on this lovely short route through the Highlands. View Full Details>>
Pitlochry to Dunkeld14 miles (23 km)Follow the Rivers Tummel and Tay along National Cycle route 7 on this lovely short route through the Highlands. View Full Details>>
Pitlochry to Killin39 miles (62 km)Follow the Rivers Tummel and Tay along National Cycle route 7 on this stunning cycle ride through the Highlands. View Full Details>>
Plean Country Park2 miles (4 km)Enjoy peaceful walking and cycling trails in this large country park in Stirling. In the park you will find woodlands, flower meadows, ponds, streams and the ruined 18th century Plean Country House. There are several waymarked trails to follow including a nature trail where you can look out for a variety of wildlife including birds, squirrels, rabbits and dragonflies. View Full Details>>
Pollok Country Park2 miles (4 km)This splendid park in Glasgow was named the best park in Britain in 2006 and in 2008, was named the best park in Europe. Highlights in the park include a riverside section along the pretty White Cart River, a beautiful walled garden with glasshouses, a delightful woodland garden and the very grand Pollok House - Scotland’s answer to Downton Abbey. View Full Details>>
Queen Elizabeth Forest Park3 miles (5 km)Enjoy miles of mountain bike trails and footpaths in this expansive forest in Perthshire. This 3 mile circular walk take you around the Lime Craig Trail from the excellent visitor centre in Aberfoyle. There's attractive oak woodland, waterfalls and a steep climb to Lime Craig. From the viewpoint there are excellent views of†Ben Lomond, Ben Venue, Ben Ledi, the Carse of Stirling and the Campsie Fells. The area is great for wildlife too. Look out for red squirrels and crossbills as you make your way through the woods. View Full Details>>
Roslin Glen Country Park2 miles (3.5 km)Enjoy a super cycle or walk along the River North Esk in this country park in Midlothian. You will pass along the Penicuik to Musselburgh cycle/walkway which makes use of disused railway lines. It's ideal for a peaceful off road cycle or walk, taking you through wooded glens with views of the rushing River North Esk as you go. You will also pass a number of interesting historical sites including Rosslyn Chapel, Roslin Castle, Wallace's Cave and Hawthornden Castle. View Full Details>>
Shetland Islands Explorer109 miles (175 km)This is the complete National Cycle route 1 for the Shetland Islands taking you on a fabulous tour of these beautiful islands. View Full Details>>
Speyside Way65 miles (105 km)This splendid route is one of the four official Long Distance Routes in Scotland. It follows the River Spey from Buckie, on the Moray Firth, to Aviemore. You will pass Craigellachie, Grantown on Spey and Boat of Garten with coastal and riverside sections to enjoy. There are also terrific views of the Cairngorm Mountains as you approach Aviemore. View Full Details>>
St Andrews Cycle Path9 miles (15 km)This nice ride around St Andrews uses the signed National Cycle Network Route 1 to create a circular route through the surrounding countryside. The route runs for just over 9 miles with a flat section at the start before some moderate climbs on the return leg. View Full Details>>
Strathclyde Country Park4 miles (6 km)Explore nearly 1000 acres of parkland in the valley of the River Clyde in this large country park located between Hamilton and Motherwell. The main feature of the park is Strathclyde Loch which has a super waterside cycling and walking track. Surrounding the loch are woodlands, wetlands, wildlife refuges and attractive open parkland. There are miles of miles of surfaced footpaths†and nature trails to follow through the woodlands and wetlands areas. The river Clyde also runs through the park so there is a particularly lovely section with the loch on one side and the river on the other. View Full Details>>
Tain to Lairg27 miles (43 km)Prepare yourself for some truly breathtaking scenery as you travel along National Cycle route 1 through the Scottish Highlands. View Full Details>>
Tarbert to Crinan40 miles (65 km)This incredible ride takes you along National Cycle route 78 through Argyll and Bute giving fabulous views of the Isles of Jura and Islay. View Full Details>>
Taynuilt to Oban12 miles (20 km)This stunning short ride takes you along National Cycle route 78 from Taynuilt to the beautiful resort of Oban on the Firth of Lorn. View Full Details>>
Three Lochs Way33 miles (53 km)This super route is suitable for both walkers and mountain bikers View Full Details>>
Thurso to John o' Groats22 miles (35 km)Travel along the north coast of Scotland along National Cycle route 1 from Thurso to the famous village of John o' Groats where you can catch the ferry to the splendid Orkney Islands View Full Details>>
Tongue to Thurso43 miles (70 km)Travel along the beautiful north coast of Scotland on National Cycle route 1 and enjoy fabulous coastal views and a succession of pretty coastal towns and villages. View Full Details>>
Townhill Country Park1 miles (2 km)This country park is located in Dunfermline and is very popular with water-skiers View Full Details>>
Union Canal31 miles (50 km)Follow the Union Canal towpath from Falkirk to Edinburgh on this super, waterside cycling and walking route. The route follows National Cycle Network Routes 75 and 754 so is well signed throughout. At Falkirk you can link up with the Forth and Clyde Canal which will take you into Glasgow. See the Glasgow to Edinburgh route for full details of this. View Full Details>>
Vogrie Country Park2 miles (4 km)Explore this beautiful Victorian Parkland Estate located in the heart of the Midlothian countryside. The park contains several walking and cycling trails taking you through the acres of woodland and parkland which surround the baronial-styled Vogrie House. There are several pretty water features to enjoy with ponds, burns and the River Tyne running through the park. Also make time to visit the pretty walled garden and the Rookery. View Full Details>>
Water of Leith12 miles (20 km)This waterside cycling and walking trail follows the Water of Leith through Edinburgh. The route runs for just over 12 miles from Balerno†to†Leith along the small river. It's a nice flat path, ideal for cyclists looking for an easy ride, or walkers after an easy waterside stroll. Along the way there's lots of pretty waterfalls and weirs with wildlife such as herons to look out for. View Full Details>>
West Highland Way93 miles (150 km)This is a fabulous long distance walking and cycling* route from Milngavie, north of Glasgow, to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands. There's stunning scenery to enjoy with Lochs, mountains, rivers and waterfalls all dotted along the route. View Full Details>>

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Cross Border 100100 miles (161 km)*****

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