Our cycling routes showcase some of the best cycling Scotland has to offer. And there’s something for everyone too. Test your stamina, challenge your speed, get the adrenalin pumping, coast along at a steady pace or simply do some sightseeing.
Cycling routes in Scotland
Dundee is a surprisingly bicycle-friendly city, with a 27-mile Green Circular route encircling the entire city. This well-signposted route takes you past many of the city's attractions, as well as parks and viewing spots, making it easy to get a feel for the local area and do a bit of sightseeing from your bike.
Glasgow, Scotland's second largest city, has a wealth of urban pathways, sweeping parks and rugged landscapes to offer the avid cyclist. With a selection of bustling shops, bars and restaurants to choose from, the city centre remains a popular hub in Scotland for locals and tourists alike, and from the nearby lochs to the riverside routes, there’s more than one reason why cyclists love Glasgow too.
Often called "The Gateway to the Highlands", the city of Stirling has played a starring role in many of the major events of Scottish history. From its impressive hilltop castle, cobbled streets and handsome listed buildings, to the surrounding open countryside dotted with battlefields, monuments and haunting ruins, Stirling is a fascinating region to explore.
Hiking and walking guide
From remote Highland retreats to mountain tops with endless panoramas, coastal treks navigating sub-tropical gardens and fossil-lined beaches to family-friendly hikes that epitomise the magic of the Lake District, the UK is best explored on two feet (and a comfy pair of hiking boots).