Is there any more info than on this link anywhere?
The inlaws live just outside Aberdeen so this could be an excellent reason to visit more often!
EDIT: To say, found this excellent link: http://www.glenlivetestate.co.uk/Mountainbiketrails.htm
Looks good!Posted 5 years ago
got to be good I reckon, though (depending on point of view) just outside Aberdeen =/= Tomintoul 🙂Posted 5 years agodebaserSubscriber
Very excited. I’m up in Moray a few times a year and even though there is plenty of good riding on offer already the area lacks the destination trail centre that the terrain deserves.
Stayed in Tomnintoul in March and took a little spin up Cairn Daimh in the snow. The hill has a lot of potential and the not yet open bits of trail I peaked over the tapes at looked great. Hopefully the build is getting back on track given the delays due to the weather.Posted 4 years ago
it starts in the middle of nowhere, and you’ll need an incredible “nouse” to find it at the moment without signposting…..
however, it’s a right old fashioned pedal-fest….. you get nothing for nothing and the hill traverses require continuous pedalling, but it’s rewarding if you’re fit……..
linking the blue then the red equates to about 30km and takes a couple of hours or so and you will feel it in your legs as there’s about 3500 or so feet of climbing over the distance…..
APARRENTLY !!!!!Posted 4 years ago
You’ll be wanting this thenPosted 4 years ago
Who’s all going then?
Earlyish start, back to cafe for lunch with MrsT and then either a walk or bit of sightseeing around the area
Me on an auld Kona Dawg(that brown colour!)….. 🙂
Trail map is up on Facebook page, available at cafe. Looks like a Stanes style…..Posted 4 years ago
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