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best viewpoints

best viewpoints



Gain a new perspective on Scotland as you experience it from the saddle of your bike on a cycling holiday. Pedaling through the inspiring Scottish landscape you'll discover more of the country than if you were walking, while still making the most of the rich countryside.

We’re not too far from the Lochs and Glens Way, which connects Inverness and Glasgow through Scotland’s 2 national parks, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National park, and the Cairngorms National Park.

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park contain picturesque lochs, forests and bustling tourist towns.



The Cairngorms National Park extends over the UK's largest mountain range, with heather-clad moors and ancient pine forests.

A traffic-free route through the Drumochter Pass (one of Britain's highest transport corridors) is one of the highlights of the whole network.

The route then descends into the wooded hillsides and rich farmlands of Perthshire and Stirling, then onward through Queen Elizabeth Forest Park and onto traffic-free paths into Glasgow.

The Lochs and Glens Way route is a stunning and epic ride through Scotland’s beautiful countryside.

connected routes

connected routes

lochside cycling

lochside cycling



It links the former shipbuilding city, Glasgow, with Inverness, the cultural capital of the Scottish Highlands.

It’s ideal for long-distance cycle tourers or bikepackers looking for a challenge. You can also choose to complete smaller sections of the route if you prefer.

Along the way, you’ll enjoy some of the highlights of Scotland’s wonderful landscape.
These include majestic lochs like Loch Venachar, Loch Lubnaig, Loch Tay and two National Parks: Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park and the Cairngorms.

Explore some of the local mountain biking routes at Comrie Croft where they also have a great selection of e-bikes and road bikes to hire.