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Trails: The Witch’s Trails, Scotland

Legend has it that the Witch of Leanachan (“lee-nach-an”) fled to the hills of Aonach Mor in the 1800s. Keeping her spooky spirit alive, the world-famous Witch’s Trails continue to bewitch mountain bikers. There are 45km of trail to tackle. Leanachan Forest also has plenty of unwaymarked forest road for

Trails: The Moray Monster, Scotland

With 30km of fun-packed singletrack mountain bike routes, there’s something here to feed the monster in everyone! Whether you’re totally new to off-road mountain biking, or a seriously expert rider looking for big thrills, there’s a trail here that’s just right for you, from an easy green-graded track to severe

Trails: Laggan Wolftrax, Scotland

Run with the pack at Laggan Wolftrax and enjoy nearly 35km of the most up-to-date, year-round singletrack available in the country. Set in the outstanding natural highland beauty of Strathmashie Forest, Wolftrax provides a green-graded beginners' trail, the thrills of a big-and-bermy Bike Park, a fast red-graded route packed

Trails: Kyle of Sutherland, Scotland

With stunning views over the Kyle of Sutherland, the inner Dornoch Firth and Bonar Bridge, the Kyle of Sutherland Mountain Bike Trails offer 17 km of trail for a range of skills. There are blue, red and black graded trails combining in-forest riding, technical features and forest roads. 353

Trails: Innerleithen, Scotland

All trails at Innerleithen are designed for the experienced mountain biker. The easiest trail at Innerleithen is the Black graded Traquair cross-country route. It is also a Mecca for downhill mountain bikers, with 4 downhill trails, all with different characters. Innerleithen is really a venue for the thrill seeking cyclist

Trails: Glentrool, 7Stanes, Scotland

In contrast to the big country circuit, there are two green-graded routes at Glentrool: The Glen and the Palgowan. The Glen is a short (6km) trail which shares the easy singletrack of the first half of the blue route, takes you around the Palnagashel Glen and descends on forest roads