Set in the outstanding natural highland beauty of Laggan Woods, Laggan WolfTrax provides the thrills of a big-and-bermy orange grade route, a fast red grade route packed with features and a very technical black grade route for serious mountain bike enthusiasts. Cycle all the trails and you will have enjoyed nearly 18 km of the most up-to-date, year-round singletrack available in the country.
Green Route - 4.8km
This is the easiest of the trail network, the ride out is built to Sustrans specification, with a shallow fire road climb and a purpose built flowing singletrack return. Ideal for beginners, families and young children.
Orange Bike Park - 3.6km
Novices can trundle or freewheel from top to bottom, but more skilled riders rip up this route and find a great selection of jumps, bumps and massive berms all the way down. Take advantage of the shuttle service which, when available, will drop you at the top of this trail. This trail is not advised for very young children or beginners.
Red Route - 15.2km
Designed to be fast and flowing , this recently extended trails is a fantastic experience in two sections, enjoyingly testing and rideable, this trail is fairly narrow with a large selection of built in features, some with opt out lines. Look out for Air’s Rock, a Black graded slab feature which can be bypassed. Rock causeways such as the Rib Rattler and natural rock features keep the adrenaline pumping. The trail finishes with a 300 metre boardwalk (take care in the wet) leading onto the bottom section of the orange bike park to leave you with a massive grin on your face and an appetite for more.
Black Route - 6.5km
This trail is not one for the faint-hearted, possibly the hardest purpose-built trail in the UK. This is a demanding technical trail, with a multitude of technical rock features, sizeable drop-offs, stone staircases, boulder fields and rock slabs. Features like the 40 metre long Devil's Chessboard, a technical rock fest that rewards the brave committed rider. It may take you a number of attempts to clean [clear?] all the features on this trail but when you do it is a fantastic feeling of achievement. For the ultimate challenge, ride it on a hardtail, then it's all about the rider’s skill and not how much travel your bike has.
BaseCamp MTB is a great on-site facility providing everything you'll need for a day in the forest. As well as cycle hire, BaseCamp provides a spares and repair shop, a fantastic café, showers, toilets and bike wash.
The car park is open 7 days and is open to all forest users. A parking charge applies.