Situated in the Tweed Valley in the Scottish Borders has a massive reputation for providing some of the best mountain biking in the UK.
Glentress is probably the best biking centre in Britain having won several acclaimed awards. Apart from a buzzing atmosphere it has brilliant trails of all grades, it has a brand new state of the art £8.5m visitor centre with the following facilities:
•Car parks and bike wash
•Peel Gateway Building: Information, Toilets, Showers & Changing (open 9am – 6pm daily); Wild Watch Room (open 10am – 5pm daily)
•Glentress Peel Bikes operated by Alpine Bikes. Bike Shop and Bike Hire (open 9am - 6pm daily).
•Glentress Peel Café (open 10am – 5.30pm Mon to Fri and 9am – 6pm on Sat and Sun)
In addition there is a popular Hub Cafe beside the trail head.
At Buzzards Nest car park you will find the Skill Area, offering green, blue, red and black graded trails to help you choose the right trail for you.
The Green Routes offer real mountain biking, but with none of the scarier steeper climbs and descents found on harder trails.
With some marvellous singletrack the Blue Route is a great trail for riders with some experience and a good level of fitness.
The Red Route boasts some fine singletrack climbs as well as massive, fast, fun, flowing decents, with jumps and berms. Home to the infamous Spooky Wood descent.
The Black Route is a truly epic ride. Long challenging singletrack climbs combine with equally long and testing singletrack.
Packed full of advanced features, the Freeride Park is ideal for riders looking to push their skill levels or learn new tricks. There are four main trails all graded Orange-Bike Park.
Check the trails out for yourself with our interactive map:Got to the homepage for all the centres in Scotland.