Golspie Wildcat Mountain Bike Trails are in Golspie in Sutherland in the Scottish Highlands and feature the longest technical singletrack descent in the UK at around 7000m.
Black Trail (13.6km)
The Golspie black trail shares the red-graded route until the main forest road is reached at the top of "Cat's Climb". This provides an excellent warm up for entering "Fox Farm", a narrow singletrack climb with stone features now more frequent and interesting. Still time to enjoy the occasional view and forest wildlife and to build some confidence for things to come.
Red Trail (7.5km)
The red mountain bike trail is 6.7 km long and has plenty of challenging features and can be ridden as the beginning and end of the black run or on it’s own using the Red Lynx link. It’s a ride full of sweeping bermed single track, jumps and natural obstacles.
Blue Trail (6.5km)
The 6.6 km blue run is a non technical mountain bike trail but does contain a fair amount of pedaling so it is advisable to take on with a good level of fitness. It features sweeping wooded single track with natural feature
Head up to Scotland via the M6/M74 and follow signs for Stirling. From there join the A9 and head north. Pass through Perth and by Aviemore then keep going through Inverness and beyond until you enter Golspie town. It is about one hour north of Inverness. The car park is on the left in the main street, by the public toilets (signposted)
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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