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Biking & Hiking in Scotland

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Scotland has so much to offer the outdoor enthusiast, either cycling along near-deserted paths and country lanes with only nature to pass your day or walking in the stunning countryside surround by nature and fascinating history and legends.

Cycling Holidays in Scotland

Take a self-guided cycling holiday in Scotland with Hooked on Cycling. We have bike vacations in several regions, each destination offers a little different scenery and cultural experience. Our cycle tours cover the regions of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Western Isles, Highland Perthshire, Angus, Fife and the historic Scottish Borders. We believe the experience you shall have while in Scotland cycling will be very unique.  Not only is the scenery stunning but the historic nature of the trips will leave you spellbound.

There are not many countries where you can visit ancient castles or glorious mansion houses all with a history going back centuries. This is why guests visit Scotland from all over the world, it is not just all about how hot it shall be but it is about finding out about our past, the legends, the conflicts and the storytelling. You shall find proud locals offering friendly hospitality but wanting to tell you about our country! You might also wish to visit Scotland to trace your ancestors. Many Scot’s travelled across the world for another life and returning to take a cycling holiday while tracing your Scottish routes would be a great pastime.

Walking Holidays in Scotland

Our walking holidays in Scotland that we’ve developed are amongst some of the best in the world. This is a land of spectacular scenery—from the rural lowlands to the desolate highlands. On your own two feet, you’ll discover stunning landscapes, fascinating history and a culture that absolutely exudes warmth and friendliness. Indeed, these are some of the most hospitable, down-to-earth people we’ve encountered in the walks we’ve taken across Europe and North America.

One of the secrets to really enjoying a walking holiday in Scotland is to go at your own pace. We understand that everyone has their own set of interests and ability levels, which is why our hiking tours Scotland are just some of the best available. We have also curated a comprehensive selection of potential routes. Some involve strenuous climbing, while others are geared more for amblers. As a result, we’re confident that you’ll find a walking tour on this page to suit your interests and level of experience.

We understand how rewarding walking in Scotland can be. That’s why we’ve collected such a variety of offerings. We have several long-distance walking routes available:

 

Send us an email now and find out more!

Walking & Biking in Scotland

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Lochs and Glens in Style

Duration: 6 or 7 nights
Difficulty: Level 2
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: Daily April to October
Starting Location: Callander

From£1,250
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Guided Bike and Boat Tour of Scotland

Duration: 7 Nights
Difficulty: Level 2
Tour Type: Guided
Availability: 20/6, 27/6, 4/7, 22/8, 29/8, 5/9
Starting Location: Oban

From£1,440
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JEDBURGH ABBEY, SCOTTISH BORDERS.

Historic Scottish Borders and Abbeys

Duration: 6 Nights
Difficulty: Level 2
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: Daily April – September
Starting Location: Berwick upon Tweed

From£559
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Historic Scottish Borders by Road Bike

Duration: 7 Nights
Difficulty: Level 3
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: Daily April – September
Starting Location: Berwick upon Tweed

From£559
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Lochs Galore by Road Bike

Duration: 7 Nights
Difficulty: Level 3
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: Daily April – October
Starting Location: Callander

From£609
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THE CONICAL MOUNTAIN OF SCHIEHALLION FROM THE SMALL ROAD BESIDE LOCH RANNOCH, NEAR KINLOCH RANNOCH, PERTHSHIRE

Lochs Galore by Bike

Duration: 5 or 7 Nights
Difficulty: Level 2
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: Daily April – October
Starting Location: Callander

From£459
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Scotland’s Castle Crusade

Duration: 6 or 7 Nights
Difficulty: Level 2
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: Daily April – October
Starting Location: Pitlochry

From£709
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Scotland’s Family Lakes and Castles Cycle

Duration: 6 Nights
Difficulty: Level 1-2
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: Daily from April to September
Starting Location: Callander

From£619
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Scottish Island Hopping by Bike

Duration: 6 or 7 Nights
Difficulty: Level 2
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: Saturdays (7 nights) and daily (6 nights – not on Monday or Fridays) April – October
Starting Location: Ardrossan then transfer by ferry to Arran

From£814
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Daffodils at Floors Castle, Kelso, Scottish Borders.

Borders Abbeys Way

Duration: 6 or 7 nights
Difficulty: Level 2
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: April to September
Starting Location: Melrose

From£539
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Arran Coastal Way

Arran Coastal Way

Duration: 6 or 7 nights
Difficulty: Level 2-3
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: Daily 1st April to 30th September
Starting Location: Brodick, Isle of Arran

From£609
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A STEAM TRAIN ON THE WEST HIGHLAND LINE CROSSES THE VIADUCT SPANNING GLEN FINNAN, AS IT APPROACHES THE VILLAGE OF GLENFINNAN, WITH LOCH SHIEL VISIBLE BEHIND, HIGHLAND.

Scottish Highland Dream

Duration: 7 nights
Difficulty: Level 2-3
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: April to September
Starting Location: Kinlochleven/Fort William

From£639
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THE SCOTTISH CRANNOG CENTRE, KENMORE, PERTHSHIRE. PIC: P.TOMKINS/VisitScotland/SCOTTISH VIEWPOINT Tel: +44 (0) 131 622 7174 Fax: +44 (0) 131 622 7175 E-Mail : info@scottishviewpoint.com

Rob Roy Way

Duration: 7 nights
Difficulty: Level 2
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: April to September
Starting Location: Drymen

From£759
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Cateran Trail

The Cateran Trail

Duration: 6 nights
Difficulty: Level 2-3
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: April to September
Starting Location: Blairgowrie

From£649
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West Highland Way

West Highland Way

Duration: 8 nights
Difficulty: Level 3
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: Daily April to September (Not on Sundays or Mondays)
Starting Location: Milngavie

From£1,169
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Arran Glen Rosa

Short Break on the Isle of Arran

Duration: 4 nights
Difficulty: Level 2-3
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: Daily 1st April to 30th September
Starting Location: Brodick, Isle of Arran

From£399
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Great Glen Way Landscape

The Great Glen Way

Duration: 7 nights
Difficulty: Level 2-3
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: April to September
Starting Location: Fort William

From£689
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Isle of Arran

Island Hopping in Scotland

Duration: 7 nights
Difficulty: Level 2
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: April to September (Daily except Sundays)
Starting Location: Isle of Arran

From£719
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THE S.S SIR WALTER SCOTT SAILING AT THE EAST END OF LOCH KATRINE IN THE TROSSACHS, PIC: P.TOMKINS/VisitScotland/SCOTTISH VIEWPOINT Tel: +44 (0) 131 622 7174 Fax: +44 (0) 131 622 7175 E-Mail : info@scottishviewpoint.com This photograph can not be used without prior permission from Scottish Viewpoint.

The Trossachs Trail

Duration: 5 or 6 nights
Difficulty: Level 2
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: Daily April-September
Starting Location: Callander

From£499
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Scottish Highland’s and Isle of Skye

Duration: 6 nights
Difficulty: Level 2-3 (or 3-4 if you climb Ben Nevis)
Tour Type: Self Guided
Availability: April to September
Starting Location: Fort William

From£519
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