Scotland is a beautiful country with so many scenic landscapes that you can enjoy so what better way to experience nature than to go on a biking trip? This European country has so much to offer for cyclists. We can say that the experience is a lot better than what you would expect at first glance. If you enjoy biking and you want to get up close and personal with Scotland’s scenery, the following areas are the ones you have to seriously consider visiting on a bike:
Isle Of Arran
Arran stands out as the largest Clyde Island. Many refer to it as “Scotland In Miniature”, which is definitely a great description. In the event that you cannot actually visit the entire country, you will want to consider the Isle Of Arran and one of the best ways to do this is biking. The island’s north part is similar to the Highlands and the south part is similar to Scotland’s Lowlands.
There are not many that choose to visit the southwestern part of the country but it is hard to rival with the beauty available there. Galloway is basically a land of verdant forests, mist-shrouded hills and fields, with so many biking opportunities available. If you decide to visit, make sure that you pick up “Cycling In Dumfries And Galloway”. The leaflet is free and offers information about many trail routes taking you through many forests.
Trossachs stands out as the best biking region in Scotland according to tourists. This is mainly because of the scenery that is present. If you decide to visit, you will want to experience Loch Katrine (around 16 km long).
Glencoe is known because of a massacre that took place in the past but the region is simply beautiful because of the mountain scenery that is available. Tourists can rent bikes from the village and then embark on a true adventure. There is a pretty good possibility that you will be faced with rain but that should not worry you much. When you bike in Glencoe during the rain, the experience is quite mystical.
Remember that these are just some of the interesting Scotland biking trip options that are available for you. The more you learn about the country, the higher the possibility that you will be able to find hidden biking trails that you can experience.