There are fantastic routes for all abilities to explore Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.
There are an excellent variety of cycle routes for everyone; from flat tarmac routes or wide forest tracks for families, to hard-core trails and challenging terrain for mountain bikers. Bring your own bike or hire from one of the businesses in the Park.
The Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park Authority have developed a series of route cards for all levels.
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Loch Ard Loop
A gentle circuit that is ideal for families wanting to experience off-road cycling in a safe environment.
The Banks of Loch Eck
A beautiful family orientated ride along the tranquil beaches and forests of western Loch Eck.
West Loch Lomond Cycle
A level, linear route taking in the pretty village of Luss with spectacular views of Loch Lomond and its famous islands, Conic Hill and the most southerly Munro Ben Lomond
Rob Roy Loop
A family-friendly ride through Strathyre Forest with mountains, lochs and wildlife.
Loch Venachar Loop
A challenging circuit of contrasting halves centred around the picturesque Loch Venachar.
Loch Eck Loop
Enjoy the magnificent views of Loch Eck, Beinn Mhor and the west coast islands of Jura and Islay on a clear day on this demanding route.
alt Tour of The Trossachs
Tour of the Trossachs
An exhilarating and hilly ride through the heart of the Trossachs - a classic roadie circuit featuring a big climb, quiet roads and outstanding scenery.
Old Military Road
This route takes in the three spectacular lochs of Lomond, Arklet and Katrine with views of Ben Lomond, Ben Venue and the Cobbler.
The quiet forest tracks, picturesque lochs and high conifers of the Achray Forest are an enchanting place to explore by bike.
Glen Loin Loop
A great ride passing through the rugged splendour of the Arrochar Alps. The loop involves a long climb, stunning mountain scenery, fast descents, and sections of techy single track to finish.
The Three Glens Loop
A great circuit that includes an adventurous mountain crossing. The route features three beautiful glens and a big climb into the upper reaches of Glen Kendrum followed by a sweeping descent of Gleann Dubh into Glen Dochart. This is wild mountain biking at its best.
Glen Finglas Loop
This circuit is a well-renowned and tough ride for experienced mountain bikers with plenty of stamina ‘in the bank’.
Aberfoyle Bike Park - Adventure and Skills Development
The Aberfoyle Bike Park has the usual fun features - rock garden, skinnies, drops, jumps, berms and is a facility where people, particularly young people, can learn mountain bike skills and enjoy themselves on purpose built paths on their bike.