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Aberdeen to Maud 36 miles 58 km Follow National Cycle route 1 and the splendid off road Formartine and Buchan Way cycle track from Aberdeen to Maud on this lovely ride which gives great views of the River Don and passes by Haddo House and country park.

The start of the ride is particularly lovely as you head through the impressive port of Aberdeen and around the splendid Bay of Nigg. You continue south through Cove Bay and Findon, where there are some truly beautiful coastal views.

The final stretch into Stonehaven is also attractive with great views of Stonehaven Bay. Scenery in the park includes peaceful woodland, a lake and a Victorian arboretum. There are also farm buildings built around , a ruined mansion house and a coach house built in which now houses the award winning Aberdeenshire Farming Museum. In the park there are number of well-maintained tracks perfect for an easy stroll or a safe family cycle ride. Woodland Walk Trail - a longer trail of about 2.

Tree Trail - Enjoy conifer and broadleaf trees with descriptions on this short 1 mile trail. The Formartine and Buchan Way also passes through the park so there is scope for continuing your outing along this popular trail. Just to the north of the park you will find the lovely Pitfour Lake.

The lake has good walking trails along the water and through the surrounding woodland. The park is located in Mintlaw, Aberdeenshire about 8 miles east of Peterhead. In the park you will find peaceful woodland and a lovely waterside trail running along the River Almond. If you would like to continue your outing you could head north to the Union Canal. You could follow the towpath east into Edinburgh on foot or bike. Also on the route is the Red Castle of Lunan and the striking Dunninald Castle as well as some super coastal scenery.

Much of the route is on road save for a short traffic free section along Montrose Basin just before the end of the route. You then head inland towards Maybole on pretty country lanes, finishing at the train station. You then head inland towards Maybole on pretty country lanes, before a short on road section takes you into Galloway Forest Park.

You will pass the beautiful Kirriereoch Loch and experience wonderful views of the Galloway Hills. A lovely run along the River Cree taking you into Newton Stewart finishes the ride. There are acres to explore with nature trails, guided walks, peaceful woodland, a delightful walled garden and Balloch Castle which now serves as the visitor centre.

You can stroll along the shoreline of the loch and then visit the Chinese Garden, Quarry Pond and the Secret Garden before enjoying refreshments at the loch side kiosk. Balloch Castle Country Park is located about 20 miles north of Glasgow, right next to Balloch rail station.

You will travel through the seaside villages of Portsoy, Cullen and Findochty on your way to Buckie. The countryside on the route is beautiful and the bays at Cullen and Portessie are particularly lovely. Much of the ride follows traffic free paths starting at Cullen and finishing at the end of the ride at Banff. There are acres to explore with a multitude of woodland trails suitable for leisure cyclists, mountain bikers and walkers.

For cyclists there are several graded trails ranging from Green easy to Red difficult and Black Severe. Click here for more information. There are also miles of well surfaced paths through the forest for walkers to enjoy. You can climb Cockleroy Hill for fabulous views of the surrounding countryside and follow the waterside path around Beecraigs loch. The park has an excellent visitor centre with maps and leaflets.

Wildlife in the park includes a red deer herd and Highland Cattle. Beecraigs is located less than 2 miles south of Linlithgow. If you would like to continue your outing you could head to the nearby Muiravonside Country Park where you will find acres of woodland and parkland with views of the River Avon. A stroll around Linlithgow Loch or along the Union Canal are other good options.

You start at Bellingham known as the gateway to Kielder Forest with an on road section which takes you along the River North Tyne, around Kielder Water and into the lovely Kielder Forest.

The stretch around Kielder Water is spectacular and another lovely waterside run soon follows along the Lewis Burn. The ride then continues through the forest on cycle paths to Newcastleton in Scotland. Quiet roads then take you onto the finish point in Langholm on the River Esk. The ride starts in Berwick-upon-Tweed heading north to the coastal town of Eyemouth in the Scottish borders.

You continue along the coast to Cove where you will find the beautiful Pease Bay. The final section takes place on a mixture of country roads and cycle tracks, taking you to the finish point in Dunbar.

The ride starts near the train station in Berwick-upon-Tweed and heads west along the River Tweed to Kelso, with the crossing of the Union suspension bridge at Horncliffe a highlight. You continue onto the lovely village of Dryburgh in the Scottish borders.

Sitting on the river Tweed it is home to the 12th century Dryburgh Abbey which is certainly worth stopping to view. A short on road section finishes the ride taking you into Melrose, where you finish near Melrose Abbey. The park features cycle and walking trails taking you through woodland and open moorland to a series of reservoirs.

The park is located near to the Water of Leith where you will find a lovely,waterside cycling and walking path. This leads to the Union Canal which you can follow into the centre of Edinburgh. This splendid hike is a real highlight of the area, commanding fine views over city and the coast. Highlights on the route include the wonderful views of Spey Bay as you travel from Buckie to Garmouth followed by a lovely run along the River Lossie into Elgin. There is a delightful riverside path passing through a scenic wooded glen forged out by the river.

There are numerous pretty waterfalls along the path, woodland wildflowers and important geological features. Cyclists can also use the trails in the park but please beware of other users. The flat towpath is ideal for an easy cycle or walk in beautiful surroundings. The canal then leaves the city and heads through some beautiful countryside to Loch Dochfour which feeds Loch Ness. You can continue your walking in the area by picking up the Great Glen Way.

The long distance trail also starts in Inverness, running parallel to the canal. The canal also runs alongside the River Ness so you could try the waterside trail to Whin Park, through the city. You can virtually follow the first section of the canal from Inverness using the google street view link below! The ride starts by following quiet roads around Campbeltown Loch with terrific views of the striking Davaar Island. You continue along the coast towards Carradale passing the interesting 13th century Saddell Abbey on the way.

More quiet coastal roads take you through Grogport to Claonaig where you head inland towards Tarbert. The ride finishes with a beautiful stretch along West Loch Tarbert taking you to the finish point at Tarbert Quay.

The ride takes place mainly on quiet country roads passing through Longtown on your way into the Scottish borders from Cumbria. The route takes place mainly on off road tracks passing first through Docharn Wood and then along the Speyside Way from Boat of Garten Village to Aviemore.

This route starts at the visitor centre and takes you alongside Castle Semple Loch before joining woodland trails to Park Hill. Cyclists can enjoy the lochside path which runs along National Cycle Route 7 from Glasgow to Irvine while the woodland trails are more suitable for walkers. At the southern end of the loch you will find the Lochwinnoch RSPB Nature Reserve where you can look out for a variety of wildlife from the bird hides.

There are a number of walking trails taking you through ancient woodland, grassland, heath and scrub. The park is excellent for cycling having been used for the mountain bike competitions at the Commonwealth Games. The course is a 5. If you want to continue your activity then Linn Park is just over a mile west of Cathkin Braes. The park lies along the River Avon gorge with ancient woodland and riverside trails to enjoy.

The route starts by taking you around the large reservoir on the waterside path. If you would like to continue your outing you could visit the adjacent Camperdown Park where you will find another acres of pretty parkland and a Wildlife Centre. Lunderston Bay has a lovely sandy beach and a central grassy area with picnic benches. National Cycle Network route 75 runs along the bay so its perfect for a safe, easy waterside cycle.

This section takes you through industrial areas with a number of interesting historical buildings. You then head into the countryside through Uddingston, Bothwell passing the medieval castle and Blantyre to the delightful Strathclyde Country Park. The walk is waymarked with a blue fish logo. With spectacular coastal scenery, riverside sections and views of the Scottish Hills and mountains there is something for everyone on this fabulous cycle route.

Along the way there are a number of pretty locks and bridges with fabulous views of the surrounding Scottish hills and countryside. The flat towpath makes for a nice easy stroll or cycle ride. The route continues past the village of Cairnbaan to Lochgilphead.

The final section takes you from Lochgilphead to the Ardrishaig canal basin. To extend your cycling in the area you could try the Crinan to Taynuilt and Tarbert to Crinan cycle routes. You then turn north towards Kilmartin with the fascinating Temple Wood stone circle a highlight on this section.

The ride then heads towards Ford passing Loch Ederline before heading into Inverliever Forest where you will pass along the beautiful Loch Awe to Kilchrenan. You then turn north towards Taynuilt passing through the Caledonian Forest Reserve before finishing near Taynuilt train station.

There are a huge number of tracks to choose from including the easy Hill 99 trail which is waymarked. The route below begins at the car park at the Culbin Forest Nature Reserve and takes you around the forest on various tracks.

Here you can see a variety of coastal birds including bar-tailed godwits, oystercatchers and knots. The route then heads back through the forest passing a series of idyllic woodland lochs before returning to the start point.

Other highlights in the forest include the beautiful Findhorn Bay where you can see ospreys and seals at the river-mouth and a view over the water towards the village of Findhorn.

You can also climb the Hill 99 viewpoint trail where there are fabulous views of the surrounding area from the top of the viewpoint tower.


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