Fort William and Lochaber

  • Caledonian Canal Ride

    An easy ride that takes around an hour (around 9.7km). It starts form the Neptune Staircase lochs riding north on the well surfaced side of the canal. You can park in Banavie car park


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.

  • Ciaran Path

    The Cairan Path is an epic 45km route in the Scottish Highlands. It starts at the Ice Factor car park in Konlochleven.


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highland.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.

  • Ciaran Path GPS MTB Route

    Ciaran Path GPS MTB Route in the Highlands in Scotland. Technical, hard, rocky all natural route.

  • Cow Hill MTB Trail

    Cow Hill is a challenging natural trail that is 10.8km long. Although short it is steep and physically rather than technically hard. You can park in the Braveheart car park in Glen Nevis taking the top car park path out to start the route. 


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.

  • Glencoe Lochan

    The Glencoe Lochan MTB GPS route is an Teasy 1.6 to 3.2 km track in the Fort William and Lochaber's region. There are two short family orientated way marked routes that start from the Glencoe Lochan car park.


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highland.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.


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  • Kinlochleven - Ciaran Path

    The Kinlochleven - Ciaran Path MTB GPS route is 10.5 miles long. The route kicks off from Caolasnacon, Highland, PA40. It is a tough and technical rocky trail. 

  • Stob Bàn GPS MTB Route

    Stob Bàn GPS MTB Route - 4.83 km mtb route for Stob Bàn. Starts from Fort William and Ardnamurchan Ward, Highland, PH33 6SY

  • West Highland Way and Devils Staircase

    The West Highland Way and Devils Staircase MTGB GPS route is a 35km epic route. Park in Glencoe Village and then head out on the B road past the Clachaig pub. At the A82 go straight over and into the parking area. From here ride up the glen on single track just accesible after the "No entry" signposts form the parking area back on the A82. Single track turns into double track at a farm. 


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.

  • West Highland Way and Fort William

    Once out of the station (Landranger 50/NN300394), follow the waymarked West Highland Way north. This is a one way (no loop) 55km route. Great views, rocky, technical.