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Cycling routes

Cycling is a fantastic way to explore Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park and we have a great range of cycle routes to cater for all tastes; from family friendly cycle paths and wide forest tracks through the area’s stunning forests, up to hard-core trails and challenging terrain for mountain bikers. Bring your own bike or hire one when you get here.

Tour of The Trossachs Cycle Route

Grade: hard. An exhilarating and hilly cycle ride through the heart of the Trossachs – a classic roadie circuit featuring a big climb, quiet roads and outstanding scenery. From Aberfoyle the route goes straight into the biggest climb of the…

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The Three Glens Cycle Route

(Glen Ogle, Glen Kendrum, Gleann Dubh) Grading: hard. A great cycle circuit that includes an adventurous mountain crossing. The route features three beautiful glens and a big climb into the upper reaches of Glen Kendrum followed by a sweeping descent…

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Loch Venachar Circuit

Grading: moderate. A challenging circuit of contrasting halves centred around the picturesque Loch Venachar, a bit of quiet road riding and a bit off-roading along The Great Trossachs Path. Starts and ends Callander.

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Loch Eck Loop

Grading: moderate. Enjoy the magnificent views of Loch Eck, Beinn Mhor and the west coast islands of Jura and Islay on a clear day on this demanding route. Start and end at Glenbranter on the A815 in the Cowal Peninsula.

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Glen Loin Cycle Route

Grading: hard. A great circular ride passing through the rugged splendour of the Arrochar Alps. The loop involves a long climb, stunning mountain scenery, fast descents, and sections of techy single track to finish. Starts and finishes at Arrochar.

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West Loch Lomond cycle path

Grading: easy. A level, linear route linking National Park gateway Balloch and the pretty village of Luss, with spectacular views of Loch Lomond and its famous islands, Conic Hill and the most southerly Munro Ben Lomond. Plenty of opportunities for…

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