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  1. less than 5 miles
  2. Carnegie Golf Course

    Type

    Golf Courses

    Gradings

    Dornoch

    Links, 18 holes, 6671 yards, SSS 71, Par 71 The Carnegie Links represents all that is great about Scottish golf, from the friendly intimate and warm Golf House to its fine traditional links course.

  3. Gradings

    Tain

    A pleasant 30 mile route exploring some of the quieter roads and coastal villages of Easter Ross.

  4. less than 10 miles
  5. Morangie Forest

    Type

    Horse Riding Routes & Trails

    Gradings

    Tain

    Designated a European Special Protection Area because of the rich variety of habitat, Morangie Forest in Easter Ross offers forest roads for horse riding while taking in views of the surrounding area.

  6. Balblair Trails

    Type

    Mountain Bike Trails

    Gradings

    Bonar Bridge

    Balblair offers both a fun blue route for competent bikers and challenging black route for experienced riders along with stunning views over the Kyle of Sutherland and out to the West.

  7. Gradings

    Bonar Bridge

    A 22 mile route up one side of the River Carron to a historic church, returning by the other side of the river.

  8. Gradings

    Dornoch

    Bearing in mind the low lying nature of the land around Dornoch this is a surprisingly hilly 34 mile route with quite a feeling of wildness on the section beyond Loch Buie.

  9. Gradings

    Bonar Bridge

    An easy start in wooded country - no difficult hills.

  10. Tain Golf Club

    Type

    Golf Courses

    Gradings

    Tain

    Tain Golf Club is a beautiful 18 hole links golf course designed by Old Tom Morris in 1890 in the Royal Burgh of Tain, Ross-shire, Scotland. Tain's fortune is that so many of Old Tom's original holes survive.

  11. Kyle of Sutherland

    Type

    Cycle Routes

    Gradings

    Bonar Bridge

    Quiet river valleys with natural woodland

  12. Aldie Burn Forest

    Type

    Horse Riding Routes & Trails

    Gradings

    Tain

    Following Aldie Burn, this mixed conifer forest offers up a fun day trekking while seeing some of Scotland's wildlife close up.

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