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There are exciting cycling routes east, west and south of Sandend Holidays. Cycling is a very popular activity in Aberdeenshire and Morayshire. The location allows for a range of riding, from leisurely family saunders to adrenalin-fuelled downhill MTB routes. The area is also popular for road rides and long-distance cycle touring

Moray & North East Aberdeenshire offer a world of contrasts to be explored on two wheels

Family on bikes
Mountain biker pulling a wheelie
Bike Path to St Fillans from Comrie Croft
Tweedlove Enduro, Janet's Brae,  Peebles, Scottish Borders
Cycling through forest
The White House is Free Wheel North’s second cycling hub and Maryhill’s oldest building promoting active Glasgow supporting walk, wheel or cycle.

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The Moray Coast Trail – The Moray Way

The coastline and settlements of Moray are linked by a waymarked coastal trail of approximately 50 miles from Findhorn to Cullen and all the places between. Many sections of the route can be used for cycling, horseriding, and walking. In wilder locations the path can be steep and rough in places, which would restrict access. Generally, the route is most accessible in the vicinity of the coastal settlements. Less able users should concentrate on using these sections.

The Moray Way website features a comprehensive collection of Moray ways for walking, horse riding, cycling, sailing and canoeing. 

Whether you want a holiday, dog walk, to improve your fitness or are seeking adventure; there’s a route for you!

The National Cycle Network

The National Cycle Network is a UK-Wide network of signed paths and routes for walking, cycling, wheeling and exploring outdoors.

Moray Monster Trails

Fantastic single-track mountain bike routes for beginners through to experts.

Best Mountain Bike Trails in Moray

Explore the most popular mountain biking trails in Moray.  With hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos. 

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Gannet colony at troup head is one of the biggest colonies in the UK. They are distinctively shaped with a long neck and long pointed beak. Often travelling in small groups they feed by flying high before plunging into the sea to catch fish.

RSPB Troup Head

The high cliffs of Troup Head provide a spectacular setting for Scotland’s largest mainland gannet colony.

The high cliffs of Troup Head provide a spectacular setting for Scotland’s largest mainland gannet colony. There are also thousands of kittiwakes, guillemots and razorbills here, along with several other species, including puffins.

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As voted by National Geographic Top Rated Places to Visit – “A wonderful region of Scotland. Beaches are fantastic, and the area welcomes visitors as one of their own. Largely rural. People work together for the greater good–fishermen tolerate canoeists; farmers allow walkers to pass over their land on footpaths, etc.”

Cycling through forest

Cycling

There are exciting cycling routes east, west and south of Sandend Holidays.

Cycling is a very popular activity in Aberdeenshire and Morayshire.

The location allows for a range of riding, from leisurely family saunders to adrenalin-fuelled downhill MTB routes.

The area is also popular for road rides and long-distance cycle touring

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