- Scotland route advice. Forsinan, Altnabreac, Westerdale…
You can get a Motorhome to p at just w of strathmore lodge, we looped p, dalnawillan, altnabreac – bench for Sarnies at station, p , on mtb, Land Rover/forestry tracks, wan’t much mud, gravel, stones etc don’t remember any hideousness. Don’t know about other bit, if you do could you post back pls. Imho doable (*bit we did)but take care, inner tubes and patches,Posted 8 months agotowzerMember
No it’s mainly gravel/stones and an ‘easy’ land rover track, there were some puddles but they were avoiadableish, not sure about the bit we didn’t, do tho, from what I can remember there was one short bit that might mud up
Do a search as people on here have gravelled these tracks and I,m pretty sure it was blogged ?Posted 8 months agoepicycloSubscriber
I’ve ridden much of it on my general purpose bike with its slick Big Apples, although usually on retro rides with my 1×1,
But it’s nothing that would have deterred me on a road bike.
Click on these pics and you’ll get the general idea
Lots of big sky, and plenty time to see the weather coming. 🙂Posted 8 months agojateMember
In June we rode Dunbeath – Altna Breac – Westerdale and then back on the minor road to the east of the A9. We used gravel bikes (Niner RLT9 and GT Grade) and it was a great day out. It is pretty good 4×4 track the whole way with some largish puddles south of Altna Breac. Decent tyres are really the only requirement.Posted 8 months ago
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