Use Kinross House as a central base to explore the hundreds of miles of
off road tracks in this stunning part of the Scottish Highlands. Kinross
House has several bikes to use free of charge by residents and also provides
a secure garage for any number of bikes. Individual packed lunches, flasks
etc. can also be ordered for a small charge. Maps and compasses can also be
borrowed from us.
The woods behind Kinross House
We have a selection of routes from a leisurely roll along the Spey to off
road heaven in the Cairngorms. There are also a number of books, leaflets and
maps of routes to browse through. Advice on route selection is always at hand
whether it be on expected weather and track conditions, the suitability for
groups or individuals, the wildlife to see, access issues, or the best
watering holes en-route. The cycling variety is endless in this part of
Scotland, from the extensive and magnificent woodlands at the rear of Kinross
House, mountain roads, riverside tracks and quiet country lanes around
Grantown on Spey, to places synonymous with breathtaking scenery such as the Glenlivet and Rothiemurchas
Estates, the forests of Abernethy and Inshriach,
Loch Morlich and Loch an Eilian.
There are also a large number of Munroes and hills
to climb in the area where cycling part of the route is also an option.
standard or requirements, whether you cycle as a group or individually, let
us tailor all your needs into a personalised holiday you will not forget.
After all, what could be better after a fantastic day in the hills or country
lanes than a relaxing dram or two by a roaring log fire (for the less than
balmy Scottish evenings!)
Munn of Cycling Plus Magazine recently stayed with us on his End to End
Hospitality Tour. Visit his website.
Kinross House is a member of the Scottish Tourist Board's Walkers and
Cyclists Welcome Scheme.
Mountain Biking Courses can be booked through Ardenbeg
Outdoor Centre in Grantown on Spey. Ardenbeg
Outdoor Centre is also the only bunkhouse in