Scotland is a magical place and often feels like a different world. The vibrant greenery and deep valleys are exquisite. Scotland’s lakes, known as “lochs” are popular sites, particularly the famous Loch Ness and its alleged sea monster.
The rolling hills and dramatic moors of the countryside that make this country a top destination for cycling tours.Scotland’s small villages and rural landscapes are best seen by the seat of a bicycle.
For experienced cyclists, rugged wilderness creates natural, challenging mountain biking tracks. For families, Scotland lends itself to themed tours that include guided rides through its castles, pagan monuments, churches and memorials.
There’s a great range of paths and trails to suit all ages and abilities, perfect for weaving your way through Scotland’s countryside, cities, towns and villages on two wheels.”
Level of difficulty
Tours using road, hybrid or touring bikes:
- Mostly flat
- Flat with some gentle slopes
- Rolling, hilly terrain
- Some long and/or steep climbs
- Extensive climbing
Tours using mountain bikes:
- Mostly flat, wide trails
- Some gentle slopes, wide trails
- Rolling, hilly terrain and/or narrow trails
- Some long and/or steep climbs and/or technical trails
- Extensive climbing and/or highly technical trails
US$ based on current exchange rate
Jun 2*, Sep 8*, 2018 (*confirmed departure)