There is a pretty big Munros thread on here somewhere which might give you some ideas. April is good in that there won’t be many midgies yet, but at the moment there is a lot of snow in places, but none in others. Expect 4 seasons in one day in the mountains.
Seriously, most of the interesting trails have been under too much snow to ride for months and that doesn’t look like changing in the next couple of weeks at least. Maybe later in April will be fine though. Who knows.
Cairngorms much more likely to be snowy than West Highlands. Once snow clears, trails are generally rocky and well drained, so it’s all go! End of April often the very best time of year – cool, clear and midge free. Kinlochleven, Fort Bill, Torridon, Gairloch, Ullapool all exceptional riding – what kinda trails you looking for Frosty?
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