BikeGlenlivet has something for everyone and our trails are open all year round, weather depending. The Original Blue is a great introduction to cross country riding, while the Red provides challenges for the experienced. The orange trail is an exciting free-ride trail for those with experience. New for 2023 will be Keiran’s Line, an Orange graded trail for experienced riders, this trail is full of jumps and gaps. To find out more about Keiran’s Lecacy click HERE .
We also have some great natural hand dug trails, including the Mini DH for those with previous trail riding experience.
The pump track next to the café is also great for a bit of practice or a warm up, while the skills area will set you up well for a day on the trails.
The Original Blue
The Original Blue route is perfect for novice to intermediate mountain bikers (although the experienced bikers love it too!), it's a fun packed friendly route. There are climbs but you'll be rewarded with great downhill sections of sweet, flowing trail, with some exciting features, but not too technical.
As a rough guide this trail usually takes around 45mins, families with children 1.5 hours
New for 2023 is Bazza’s Berms, a finalist in the ‘best new trail’ category of the 2022 Scotyish Cycling Awards
The Red is accessed from the blue trail and is a little more challenging but has
spectacular scenery, and a fast flowing single track trail across moorland and through woodland.
At 23km, this trail may take up to 3 hours
The Orange and Keiran’s Line
The Orange is ‘the best free-ride trail in Scotland’ and is a fun filled 1km of jumps and berms, suitable for riders with some experience of free-ride trails. New for 2023 is Keiran’s Line a jumps line for experienced riders with step-ups, step-downs and mandatory gap jumps
For experienced riders we have a great selection of hand cut trails, including our fabulous mini DH, these are all shown on our map but the list is also constantly being added.
Bike Trails Map - Downloadable Pdf
For your safety
- Always wear the right safety clothing - at least a helmet and gloves
- Carry the right equipment and know how to use it
- Only cycle within your abilities
- Only tackle jumps and other features if you are sure you can do them - have a look first
- Train properly, especially for difficult and technical routes
- Expect the unexpected - watch out for other visitors
- Follow warning signs and advice given
- This is a working forest - look out for vehicles and timber lorries
Contact number - 07963 217793
Crown Estate Scotland encourages the reasonable and responsible use of the facilities provided and would like to remind trails users of the need to consider their skills and abilities before selecting a suitable course to ride. When you ride here please be aware you take responsibility for yourself and behave responsibly towards other users.