Take an easy ride through the scenic Bargaly Glen. The perfect route for first timers or children. Enjoy a relaxing ride through the mixed woodland of Bargaly Glen along farm tracks and quiet public roads.
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Great if you are looking for something with a bit of added excitement. Offers some beautiful views and the option of the Doon Hill extension. Ideal for beginners or kids who are confident on their bikes, this winding route is mainly singletrack with a couple of small rock drops thrown in for good measure.
A technically testing and physically demanding trail. True to its name, The Twister route offers a winding trail with real challenges waiting after every twist and turn. It’s a physically demanding ride, with plenty of rock steps, drop-offs and other technical obstacles to keep you on your toes.
Black Craigs combines fast flowing singletrack and rocky technical features to test your skills. A highlight is McMoab, with its huge slabs and ridges of exposed granite linked by boulder causeways. From the fast flowing single track to the testing rocky technical challenges, on the Black Craigs you’ll find plenty of exposed granite and features to get your adrenaline pumping. To reach the start of Black Craigs, follow the red-graded Twister trail to its half-way point.
The Gralloch is hilly terrain, characterized by significant elevation changes with gains and losses totaling around 2182.5 and 2182.6 meters, respectively. This adventurous route spans approximately 113.26 kilometers and reaches peak and low elevations of 281.7 and 20.8 meters. If you are planning to tackle this challenging path, expect to spend about 6 hours to complete it.
A scenic road ride loop starting from Newton Stewart. Starting from Dashwood Square, within a few miles the route turns off the main A714 and the route follows an undulating B road which eventually takes the rider past Loch Ochiltree and wonderful views of the area. 12 miles into the route the A714 is joined for less than a mile before turning off towards Glentrool and eventually the Wood of Cree road is joined which leads back into Newton Stewart. Overall, a lovely mostly quiet route which is a favourite among locals. Not too much climbing involved - about 300m in total.
Another scenic road route which shows the area at its finest. Starting at Kirroughtree Visitor Centre there is a few miles of riding on the A75 (which can be busy with traffic) before the route turns off into Creetown. Once at the square in Creetown the climbing begins! The route steadily climbs up towards the Cambret mast where the views are tremendous. There follows what is initially a steep(ish) descent before generally downhill back onto the A75 and turning off into Anwoth. After Anwoth there is an out and back into Gatehouse of Fleet (cafe stop?!) before heading up the Rusko road towards Gatehouse station and back into Creetown, and retracing the route back to Kirroughtree Visitor Centre. Another popular route with locals along (mostly) quiet and very scenic roads. Total elevation approximately 700m but well worth the effort.
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