Mountain Bike Expedition across the Highlands from Fort William to the Cairngorms
Mountain Bike Expedition across the Highlands from Fort William to the Cairngorms

Mountain Bike Expedition across the Highlands from Fort William to the Cairngorms

Calling all cyclists! This mountain bike holiday allows you to ride all over Scotland on some of the best classic trails and hidden trails that the country has to offer. Twice named the best country to mountain bike, the team at Wilderness Scotland have created a bike course that includes biking past Scotland’s West Coast, Glencoe, Monadhliath and Cairngorms while going off the beaten path once or twice. Let yourself be guided by your experienced guides and come face to face with a plethora of wildlife and views that will move you!

Where are the best biking trails in Scotland?

Head on over to Fort William, and set off on a seven-day expedition of the breath-taking Highland landscapes! 

Every night you will stay in local accommodation, that will make your trip more immersive. The highlight of the overnight stays is the stop at a remote hut in the wilderness of the forest, quaintly settled on a loch, that is eagerly awaiting your arrival. Boasting the title of Scotland’s most remote restaurant, here you can enjoy a truly locally sourced dinner and prepare for a magical morning stroll. What are you waiting for?

  • 7 days of bike exploration – book online
  • 14th May – 20th May, 30th July – 5th August, 17th September – 23rd September 2022 dates available
  • Dates change every year, so make sure to double-check on the website
  • Max of 8 people per group – tour is confirmed when 3 people book
  • Meet up point in Fort William at 1 pm (DAY 1)
  • The endpoint of the journey is Perth at 11 am (DAY 7)
  • The price is £1,795 per person (deposit of £448.75 at booking)
  • Accommodation, meals, tour & tasting at whisky distillery included in price
  • Guided by an experienced guide and assistant guide
  • A good level of fitness is required – 6 to 8 hours of riding per day
  • Can make tour into a private booking – enquire via a form on the website (can choose your route and accommodation this way)

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