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  1. less than 2 miles
  2. Kyle of Tongue

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    Cycle Routes

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    Tongue

    A very scenic and quite straightforward 12 mile circuit around the Kyle of Tongue.

  3. less than 5 miles
  4. Borgie Glen

    Type

    Horse Riding Routes & Trails

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    Bettyhill

    A forest rebuilt in 1942 following an extensive fire, it now boasts Scots Pine and Spruce.

  5. less than 20 miles
  6. Cape Wrath

    Type

    Cycle Routes

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    Durness

    This is a unique cycle route starting with a short boat trip and continuing along the shore and across moorland to the furthest North West point of the British mainland.

  7. Durness Golf Club

    Type

    Golf Courses

    Gradings

    Durness

    9 holes, 5555 yards (18), SSS 67, par 70 Interesting, testing course in idyllic surroundings.

  8. Gradings

    Durness

    Long distances here with few food stops - take some sandwiches!

  9. Gradings

    Lairg

    This final section takes in part of the National Cycle Network, Route 1.

  10. less than 50 miles
  11. Gradings

    Bonar Bridge

    The Carbisdale trails offer challenging cycling for competent mountain bike riders with excellent views over the inner Dornoch Firth and Bonar Bridge.

  12. Gradings

    North Highlands

    190 miles in the wildest and most rugged scenery in Scotland. If you like hills to get your teeth into, this is for you!

  13. Harmsworth Park

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    Football Stadiums

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    Wick

    Harmsworth Park in Wick is the home of Wick Academy Football Club.

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    Kinlochbervie

    A steady climb then a long descent to Durness, the most northerly point of the route.

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