The circuit is split into 4 maps and guides. The route for each day starts and finishes in villages with good accommodation, food and amenities.
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The route can be joined at any point but the suggested start is the southerly point at Blair Atholl from where there are good transport links and a railway station on the Perth to Aviemore line.
Covers the route from Blair Atholl in Highland Perthshire, through Glen Tromie to Kingussie and Strathspey. Distance: 60km, 37 miles.
Shows Strathspey and describes the route from Kingussie through Glenmore to Tomintoul. Those with some spare time could spend a complete day in Strathspey or Tomintoul to experience some of the best mountain biking in Scotland. Tomintoul lies on the north east edge of the Cairngorms National Park and is the furthest point from the start. Distance: 59km, 36.5 miles.
Takes a route south from Tomintoul through Glen Avon and Glen Builg before climbing to the highest point on the circuit. This is followed by an awesome ride to Royal Deeside and the picturesque village of Braemar. Distance: 34km, 21 miles.
Runs through the southeast corner of The Cairngorms before heading south through fantastic scenery, past The Falls of Tarf and through Glen Tilt to Blair Atholl. Distance: 43km, 28 miles.
200 km of magical Highland scenery
Highland Perthshire to Strathspey and Royal Deeside
Complete route for mountain biking or hiking
Magical scenery through remote Highland Glens: Glen Garry, Glen Tromie, Glen Feshie, Glenmore, Glen Avon, Glen Builg, Glen Tilt
Includes route descriptions and maps