Mountain Biking

The Nevis Range

Trails near Fort William – downhill & single track trails near Fort William – downhill & mountain bike trails. Everything from a pump track to a skills loop to Blue Cross Country, to a World Cup Downhill course accessed by the Nevis range Gondola. Bike Hire available on site.

Laggan Wolftrax

Mix of trails – all standards catered for: bike hire & onsite cafe

Glencoe

A couple of downhills tracks for the experienced accessed by chairlift. A red & difficult black.

The Lecht

Two easy downhill trails and a chairlift to access the top to get the smiles & miles in! No need to take off on this downhill course but much more fun if you fly a bit!

Corrour Station to Roy Bridge

Cross country  – Take the train from Roy Bridge station to Corrour Station then cycle back to Roy Bridge or finish in Fersit or take the Flag of the Flagstones (Lairig Leacach) past the wee minister (a 4ft tall wooden statue) – most will push a bike along this route at some point. For the really energetic why not take the bike up Stob Ban (a munro) accessible just before the bothy!

Cross the River Spean at Roy Bridge – then cycle to the Nevis Range turn left at Cholie Choille farm, take right fork & follow signposts to the Nevis Range.

A short blast – is from site into the woods past the white two bedroom houses, over the stream then drop down & take the lower path along the River Spean (need a full suspension bike then continue to the campsite – over the campsite to the confluence with the River Roy then upstream on the River Roy to the stile take a left then left in the village onto the A86 to Inverroy then take a forest track that climbs up towards Cregan a Mhuilinn an excellent view point of the Grey Corries & local mountains on a clear day!

Bohennie

Cycle in remote area upto the mobile phone masts.

Lairig Leacach (Pass of the flagstones)

An old cattle droving track – cycle up past the wee minister to the Bothy with optional Stob Ban ascent

Cross the River Spean then turn right & head up to the Bothy & if you are very fit & enjoy technical downhill to climb Stob Ban then bike back down past the Wee Minister. A former MBR route. Retrace your route or head on to Corrour or Fort William

Lochan na h’Earba / Loch Laggan circular ride

Start either end of Loch Laggan pass or detour to view Ardverikie House that featured as Glen Bogle in the TV series Monarch of the Glen. All good tracks. 

Ardverikie to Loch Pattack

Following the River Pattack. Mostly good tracks through the estate. Soft towards Loch Pattack for 0.5km

Bike Hire

Bike hire is available at Offbeat Bikes (https://www.offbeatbikes.co.uk/) & Nevis Cycles (https://www.neviscycles.com/) both in Fort William

 

 – mix of trails – all standards catered for & bike hire

Glencoe – A couple of downhills tracks for the experienced. A red & difficult black.

The Lecht – Two easy downhill trails and a chairlift to access the top to get the smiles & miles in! No need to take off on this downhill course but much more fun if you fly a bit!

Cross country – Take the train from Roy Bridge station to Corrour Station then cycle back to Roy Bridge or finish in Fersit or take the Flag of the Flagstones (Lairig Leacach) past the wee minister (a 4ft tall wooden statue) – most will push a bike along this route at some point. For the really energetic why not take the bike up Stob Ban (a munro) accessible just before the bothy!

Cross the River Spean – then cycle to the Nevis Range.

A short blast – is from site into the woods past the white two bedroom houses, over the stream then take the lower path along the River Spean then continue to the campsite – over the campsite to the confluence with the River Roy then upstream on the River Roy to the stile take a left then left in the village onto the A86 to Inverroy then take a forest track that climbs up to an excellent view point of the Grey Corries & local mountains on a clear day!

Bohennie – cycle in remote area upto the mobile phone masts.

Cross the River Spean then turn right & head up to the Bothy & if you are very fit & enjoy technical downhill to climb Stob Ban then bike back down past the Wee Minister. A former MBR route.

Lochan na h’Earba / Ardverikie House that featured as Glen Bogle in the TV series Monarch of the Glen.

Ardverikie to Loch Pattack – Following the River Pattack. Mostly good tracks through the estate.

Bike hire is available at Offbeat Bikes (https://www.offbeatbikes.co.uk/) & Nevis Cycles (https://www.neviscycles.com/) both in Fort William