It’s pleasant and peaceful, the roads are quiet and the National Cycle Network covers almost the whole area and includes over 60km of off-road routes.  So no matter if you are planning to spend your whole break cycling through this unique countryside or just the odd day – you'll be able to enjoy both the scenery and the local flavour as the vast majority of local villages and places of interest, especially the areas around the beautiful Glenlivet and the Cairngorms National Park are linked by the cycle ways.

Whatever the amount of cycling you'd like to include in your break you can choose whether you want to experience some of the best mountain bike trails in Scotland or a more gentle cycling tour, or a mixture of both you will always be guaranteed plenty of fresh air, great exercise and magnificent scenery.

You can also make things a little easier and open up more of the area if you like by hiring an electric bike to take some of the strain and flatten some of the more demanding hills.

The Glenlivet Estate Cycling Network

There is an extensive network of waymarked off-road trails to explore at Glenlivet – six routes in all taking in forests, farms and open moorland. Each one is waymarked with a cycling symbol and route number. Just pick a route to explore and off you go, but please remember some tracks are shared with walkers and horse riders. Routes use quiet country roads, forest tracks, hill tracks and open farmland so a basic off-road bike is recommended.

*** Newly opened - the hotly anticipated Glenlivet Mountain Bike Trail Centre ***

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