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    Cycling Scotland from Rosemount Hotel, Pitlochry

    Cycling Scotland: Stay at Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry Perthshire

    With  a wealth of information on cycling Scotland and Highland Perthshire in some very good sources, we would just like to point out Rosemount Hotel, Pitlochry’s fabulous location, just off the A9, between Perth and Inverness. We offer safe cycle storage, early breakfast and late dinner. Also, we are of sufficient size to be able to accommodate cycling groups. To make a booking, please visit the column opposite, our booking button below, or:-

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    Cycling Scotland Breaks

    We have some great short break offers and longer stay deals at Rosemount Hotel. These, combined with our facilities for cyclists and central location for enjoying the cycling facilities of Perthshire, make us a great option for Scottish cycling breaks in Perthshire

    view over Foss Road for Spardon Wood
    Perthshire cycling Breaks
    Perthshire cycling Breaks
    Cycling in and around Pitlochry
    Cycling in and around Pitlochry
    Perthshire Cycling Accommodation
    Perthshire Cycling Accommodation
    Perthshire offroad cycling
    Perthshire offroad cycling
    Perthshire Cycle Routes - By Road
    Perthshire Cycle Routes - By Road
    Pitlochry Cycling Breaks
    Pitlochry Cycling Breaks
    Etape Caledonia and other Perthshire Cycling Sportifs
    Etape Caledonia and other Perthshire Cycling Sportifs

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    Below is some useful information regarding local cycle routes. Details can be found on the excellent web site

    Cycling in and around Pitlochry

    Telephone enquiries to 01796 472302

    cycle scotland

    Road Routes in and around Pitlochry

    Tay Valley and Loch Tummel

    37 miles along a mix of level roads and demanding climbs. Part of National Cycle network 7 travel along the river Tay through Logierait, Strathtay, Weem, Strathtummel and along the B roadside of Loch Tummel. Rugged scenery. Plenty of interest for stops.

    Queen’s View and Foss Road

    24 miles of high-value scenery with Queen’s View enroute. Refreshments at Strathtummel Inn. Foss Road enjoys spectacular scenery as it approached Pitlochry.

    Along River Garry to Blair Atholl

    16 miles offering a gentle cycle along secondary roads via the dramatic Pass of Killiecrankie. For a more dramatic, steeper detour, cycle left across the Garry bridge then right, through Tenandry travelling towards Shierglass Quarry and cross the river again for Blair Atholl.

    Link to Sustrans Map

    Off-road routes

    Allean Forest, near Queen’s View.

    Mountain Biking at Wofltrax, Laggan

    Run with the pack at Laggan Wolftrax and enjoy nearly 35km of the most up-to-date, year-round singletrack available in the country.

    Set in the outstanding natural highland beauty of Strathmashie Forest, Wolftrax provides a green-graded beginners’ trail, the thrills of a big-and-bermy Bike Park, a fast red-graded route packed with features and a black-graded trail that’s possibly the most technical of its type in Scotland.

    For novices and young children, the 4.8km green trail, featuring real singletrack, is a perfect introduction to mountain biking.

    The Bike Park has 3.6km of trail.  Novices can trundle or freewheel from top to bottom, but more skilled riders will rip up this route and find ‘big air’ opportunities all the way down!  Not recommended for very young children.

    Designed to be fast and flowing, the 15km red route is a fantastic experience in two sections, enjoyably testing and rideable.

    The black route is 6.4km of tight, singletrack trail with multiple features!  Watch out for serious drop offs, boulder fields and rock slabs aplenty!

    Blair Atholl Off Road Cycle Trails

     Downloadable Off-Road Cycle and Mountain Bike Route Cards

    Below, you’ll find links to a selection of Route cards for exciting off-road cycle paths in the Perthshire area close to Pitlochry. Click on the headings below to access a downloadable route card

    Dunkeld Area

    Route 1 The River Tay at Dunkeld and Birnam

    • Two riverside cycle paths following the north (6km) and south (7km) shores of the River Tay

    Route 2  Birnam Glen and Rumbling Bridge

    • A moderate climb through a flexible network of paths through a mix of scenic landscapes. 10.5km

    Route 3 Atholl Woods and Loch Ordie

      • This route explores beautiful countryside with Lochs and a choice of tracks with varying degrees of technical challenge. 15km, 25km with possible extension.

        You Tube of Loch Ordie Route

    Pitlochry Area

    Route 15 Loch Faskally and Killiecrankie

    • A low level route, along loch-side,through beautiful scenery. One expert section with steep banks (alternative, easy bypass). 13km one way

    Route 16 Killiechangie by Logierait

    • A purpose built trail of 4km which can be doubled into a circuit by taking the road

    Blair Atholl Area

    Route 12 The Banvie Circuit

    • A highly scenic route with good chance of encountering red deer

    Rosemount Hotel Ben Vrackie, Bealach Mountain Bike Route, Pitlochry, Highland Perthshire 

    Routes of graded local off road rides rides may be found at


    GPS co-ordinates for Pitlochry

    56.7044° N, 3.7297° W


    Useful Publications

    National Cycle Network Route 7

    Lochs and Glens North – Inverness to Glasgow available from Pitlochry Tourist Information Centre and

    National Cycle Network Route 77

    The Salmon Run – Dundee to Pitlochry available from Pitlochry Tourist Information Centre and

    Cycle Hire and repairs – Escape Route, Atholl Road, Pitlochry

    Cycling Events
    Etape Caledonia,
    Britain’s first mass closed road cycle race.

    Etape Caledonia is Britain’s first closed road cycle race open to the general public. It offers the ordinary cyclists closed roads to cycle on in safety. We are all used to mass participation running races in the form of marathons and half marathons, but there has not been an equivalent for cyclists until now



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