Cycling in Loch Lomond, The Trossachs & The Forth Valley

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  • Cyclists on the lochside road skirting the northern shore of Loch Katrine in the Trossachs
    Cycling by Loch Katrine, Trossachs
  • A couple of cycle tourers on the pier at Inversnaid, Loch Lomond
    A couple of cycle tourers on the pier at Inversnaid, Loch Lomond
  • Trossachs Pier, Loch Katrine
    Trossachs Pier, Loch Katrine

Get on your bike and explore the hundreds of miles of cycling routes throughout Loch Lomond, The Trossachs & The Forth Valley. Cycling is without doubt one of the best ways to experience and enjoy the wide open spaces, dramatic scenery and clean fresh air found within the region, while giving you greater freedom and time to explore at your own pace.

Hire a bike or take your own for a fantastic trip around the stunning Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park. The scenery unfolds as you pedal, with tranquil lochs dotted amongst rich woods and forests and impressive peaks rising from wild moorland. Marvel at the turning colours of autumnal trees and look out for amazing wildlife, such as red kites, buzzards, badgers and deer, along the way.

If you are looking for a challenging day out cycling then there are plenty of long distant routes to choose from. The 17 mile West Loch Lomond Cycle Path takes you from Balloch on the south shore of Loch Lomond to Tarbet and the National Cycle Route 7 - Lochs and Glens (North) cuts through the heart of the National Park, passing through Aberfoyle and Callander. For off-road enthusiasts the 18 mile Loch Eck Loop offers superb forest roads and if you’re lucky you might spot an osprey.

The Scottish Cycling Centre has everything you need to get round Scotland’s first National Park, from road maps to full-suspension mountain bikes. If getting off-road is for you, the Forestry Commission maintains countless woodland routes and established paths to try out, from challenging downhill routes to touring itineraries like the Family Friendly Sculpture Trail in Loch Ard Forest, near Aberfoyle, which combines stunning views, towering sculptures and a great day’s cycling for all abilities.

Get a taste for the great outdoors at Loch Ard Forest in the Trossachs. Despite the dramatic countryside, it's actually a relaxing ride and an excellent option for families with young children. The cycle track at Loch Katrine offering glorious scenic views - pedal and electric bikes can be hired from the on-site company, Katrinewheelz. If you're looking for a bit more adventure visit Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, which has Britain's largest network of off-road cycle tracks.

The whole family can enjoy the gentle tow paths alongside the Forth & Clyde and Union canals or the cycle trails at the Callendar Estate in Falkirk, which weave through woodlands rich with wildlife. In Clackmannanshire you can cycle at the Gartmorn Dam and the Deven Way, or why not try the Round the Forth route of National Cycle Network 76.

Browse the listings for bike hire shops and cycle routes to plan your cycling trip in Loch Lomond, The Trossachs & The Forth Valley.

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  1. Venachar Lochside

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    Multi-activity Centre

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    Callander

    Welcome to Venachar Lochside

  2. Loch Lomond to Aberfoyle

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    Cycle Routes

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    Balloch

    Runs through lush farming country into Highland scenery

  3. Callander and Loch Lubnaig

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    Cycle Routes

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    Callander

    A bike path on an old railway line, mainly easy cycling, great scenery.

  4. The Trossachs - part 2

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    Cycle Routes

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    Aberfoyle

    An easy cycle for absolute beginners (cycle hire 01877 376284)

  5. Balquhidder and Glen Ogle

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    Cycle Routes

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    Balquhidder

    The railway path begins a steady climb up Glen Ogle passing over a high viaduct. Beyond Killin the long distance route is in the Perthshire Area

  6. Muddy Good Fun

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    Multi-activity Centre

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    Balloch

    Muddy Good Fun is a mix of exciting and interactive outdoor activities, which embrace the fast, furious and muddy.

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    Stirling

    Scottish Cycling Holidays are specialists in self-led group and tailor-made tours to all parts of Scotland.

  8. The Trossachs - part 3

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    Cycle Routes

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    The Trossachs

    An easy bike ride by the loch, mostly cycle path; not circular.

  9. Loch Tay

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    Cycle Routes

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    Killin

    A hilly cycle ride near the south shore of Loch Tay, views of the Ben Lawers Range. Before Killin the long distance route is in the West Highlands.

  10. Go Country

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    Multi-activity Centre

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    Aberfoyle

    Welcome to Go Country

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