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TOUR OF SCOTLAND
Aug 9th - 12th 2018
£350 per person (Full details outlined below)
Sept - TBC
£350 per person (Full details outlined below)

There are plenty highs and lows in the Lake District and this adventure will encompass 2 days of riding a number of the classic routes which make the area famous for mountain biking. 

 

We will also ride some less know but just as amazing routes to show you the true heart of the Lake District that the locals ride and love.

 

Big mountains mean big days out on the bike, the mileage covered may not be the greatest but the quality of the trails are phenomenal. From woodland trails past lakes and streams to high rugged mountain passes, a weekend riding in the Lake District has it all to give a mountain biker both technically challenging and fast swooping trails.

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Available Dates & Booking

August 08, 2018

Tour of Scotland

To book your place please complete the adventure booking form with your details, the number of riders in your group. £100 deposit per person is payable at the time of booking with the remaining £150 balance payable 2 weeks before the weekend. We will confirm your booking within 48hrs of receiving your deposit. 

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Itinerary

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Accommodation
What's Included

Day two is an introduction to Scottish riding. The trails we follow is a famous mountain bike route which can be done as a circular route or an out and back. With the trail following the river valley you are surrounded by some Scottish giants on either side and if the trail is ridden both ways there will be 30k in total of the finest singletrack Scotland has to offer. We then leave the Isle of Skye back to the mainland for Day 3.

The first 3 nights will be spent under canvas either on campsite with facilities or semi-wild camping with limited facilities. 

The final evening will be spent in more luxury to rest those tired legs and bodies after the 3 days of back to back riding in the Scottish Wilderness.

Tents can be provided for the duration of your stay but you will require your own sleeping bags and sleep matt.

  • Packed lunch each day

  • Accommodation for 4 nights - 3 x Camping and a 1 x B&B on the last night.

  • Breakfast 

  • Evening meals

  • Guiding for 3 days

  • Pick up and drop of from local train station (if required)

  • Shuttling of kit and bags

  • Tents (if required)

 

WHATS NOT INCLUDED:

  • Travel costs to and from the adventure

  • Bike (bring your own)

  • Insurance

  • Last night evening meal

  • Sleeping Bags

  • Sleep Matt

 

Cost Per Person £350.00 (Max 8 People)

Welcome to Applecross with its breathtaking views across to the Isle of Raasay and behind that the Isle of Skye and the Cuillin Hills. We will spend the evening camping on the edge of the sea ready for a ride first thing in the morning from the tents. A farm track leads down the valley until we climb up onto the tops where we will again be riding some of the best natural trails in Scotland for the day.

The forth day brings the absolute Scottish classic of Torridon. The trails in this area are a favourite of ours and we hope they will be of yours. They are a fine end to a Scottish adventure from Isle to mainland to mountain.

Day one is your own time to travel to Scotland if you haven't come up the day before. For those already on the Isle of Skye its time for some sight seeing or whisky tasting. We can pick guests up from Fort William train station with prior arrangement and from there we head north to our first night on the Isle of Skye.  A chance to sample to local whisky at the Sligachan Inn which will be our starting point for the following days riding.