Graded Black Double Diamond this is a tight trail, one way with no "chicken runs"!
For the expert ideally riding a full suspension rig, the Black route has some serious drop offs, 2 Ton Drop to name just one.Stone staircases, boulder fields and rock slabs - this route is not for the faint hearted! (knee & elbow pads are recommended).
If driving north on the A9, turn off at Dalwhinnie onto the A889. At Laggan Bridge, turn left onto the A86 to Spean Bridge. Laggan Wolftrax is a mile ahead on the left-hand side. Driving south from Inverness on the A9, turn off at Kingussie onto the A86 towards Spean Bridge and Fort William. Follow the A86 through Newtonmore (watch for the signposted fork in the road) and Laggan Bridge. Wolftrax is on the left about a mile past the intersection with the A889. Driving east from Fort William on the A82, turn onto the A86 at Spean Bridge towards Kingussie. Continue past Loch Laggan and Creag Meagaidh nature reserve to Strathmashie Forest, and Strathmashie House on the left. Wolftrax is on the right-hand side of the road about 1km past Strathmashie House.Comments
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Please note: Distance is calculated as air distance or "as the crow flies" the most direct route between two points, so the distance by road maybe slightly longer.
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