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  1. less than 1 mile
  2. Gradings

    Fort Augustus

    An easy cycle along the Caledonian Canal from Fort Augustus, ideal for a family outing.

  3. 5 Great Glen Cycle Route

    Type

    Mountain Bike Trails

    Gradings

    Fort Augustus

    Quiet road alternative. A big hill to start with but after that can be fairly easy with good views of the loch.

  4. Corrieyairack Pass

    Type

    Mountain Bike Trails

    Gradings

    Fort Augustus

    A high difficult route joining the Great Glen to Speyside.

  5. 4 Great Glen Cycle Route

    Type

    Mountain Bike Trails

    Gradings

    Fort Augustus

    Extremely hilly, the final part is on public roads, see also alternative route (5)

  6. Fort Augustus Golf Club

    Type

    Golf Courses

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    Fort Augustus

    One of Scotlands hidden gems Fort Augustus was laid out in 1924 by Harry Shapland Colt on the banks of the Caledonian Canal near Loch Ness.

  7. less than 10 miles
  8. 3 Great Glen Cycle Route

    Type

    Mountain Bike Trails

    Gradings

    Laggan

    Extremely hilly at times, but very easy on the canal towpath; good views

  9. Active Highs

    Type

    Multi-activity Centre

    Gradings

    Spean Bridge

    Active Highs offer outdoor activities & adventure sports near Fort William & Fort Augustus. Activities includes white water rafting, scenic river rafting, canyoning, gorge walking & more. Families, couples, individuals & groups all welcome!

  10. less than 20 miles
  11. Laggan Wolftrax

    Type

    Mountain Bike Trails

    Gradings

    Laggan

    Called 'Laggan Wolftrax' after the legendary 'Wolf of Badenoch', the new mountain bike routes are managed by Forestry Commission Scotland and are billed as 'mountain bike trails with bite.'

  12. Strathfarrar

    Type

    Cycle Routes

    Gradings

    Struy

    A traffic free route up one of the most scenic glens in the area.

  13. Abriachan Trail

    Type

    Mountain Bike Trails

    Gradings

    Inverness

    Abriachan is a 530-hectare area of forest and open hill ground, suitable for newcomers to mountain biking yet it can still offer something to those more advanced.

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