Comrie Croft Trails are an expanding mix of existing forest roads and hand built, dedicated singletrack which combine to give you an exhilarating ride.
They start and finish at Comrie Croft, a four star Independent Hostel, situated in the heart of rural Perthshire in the beautiful Strathearn Valley.
From the car park you are quickly climbing on forest trails, which although steep at first, become a little kinder on the calves and as you rise out of the valley, you are greeted by some spectacular scenery. Following a brief downhill respite, the singletrack begins and winds its way up through some technical forest sections with some interesting features, check out the chunky bedrock slab with off camber descent, and the water splash. A little more climbing takes you to the descent, which is a thrilling mix of tight twisty singletrack and natural bedrock. On the way down you'll also encounter a little fun park in a disused quarry and a great variety of surfaces and riding styles.
Not a course to be ridden at top speed, the emphasis is more on the technical and challenging aspects of riding and after an hour you'll be back in the car park with a big grin on your face and a healthy notion to go and do it all again!
All the trails are graded red with some black sections, and at present measure around 6kms. We are in the process of adding in some escape routes to give you an option round some of the more technical parts of the trail.
Published: 31 May 2018
The 2018 COTC Enduro offers a unique opportunity to ride the Comrie Croft Trails in a different way. The riders will be amazed when they see the new stages!
Published: 23 August 2017
Anna and Richard head north of the border to Comrie Croft, Perthshire, as Mountain Bike Adventures II continues. Check out the show's first-ever night ride!
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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