You & your bike

Cycling in & around Gatehouse 

               

 

Getting out on your bike in and around Gatehouse of Fleet is one of the best ways to view the magnificent scenery Dumfries & Galloway has to offer. Wether you're into serious road biking, racing through a forest on your mountain bike or just ambling along enjoying the view, you won't be disappointed with all the area has to offer.

National cycle route 7 runs between Gatehouse and Newton Stewart. It takes in the Galloway Forest Park, goes along the banks of the River Cree, bursts into Kirroughtree Forest and much, much more.

To get more details go to;

www.cycle-route.com/routes/Dumfries_and_Galloway-Routes-7.html

The '7 Stanes' are 7 mountain biking centres covering the whole ofSouth Scotland. They're all located on Forestry Commission land and are named as such after a stone known as a 'Stane', one of which features at each venue. 5 of these centres are within easy reach of Gatehouse,they are; Ae, Dalbeattie, Glentrool, Mabie & Kirroughtree. Catering for both the inexperienced and experienced rider, no one needs to be left out. For more information go to ;

forestryandland.gov.scot/visit/activities/mountain-biking/7stanes

These are just a couple of suggestions but there's plenty more places both within reach of cafes and restaurants, as well as more remote spots. 

For those of you that don't have a bike but really want to experience what it feels like to explore under your own steam, why not hire one. Galloway Cycling in Kirkcudbright will be only too happy to help. They can supply both hybrid road bikes or their very popular ebikes and you can choose between organised tours or go it alone.

Have a look at what they have to offer;

www.gallowaycycling.com

Cycling in & around Gatehouse of Fleet

              What's on offer for you and your bike.

 

Getting out on your bike in and around Gatehouse of Fleet is one of the best ways to view the magnificent scenery Dumfries & Galloway has to offer. Whether you're into serious road biking, racing through a forest on your mountain bike or just ambling along enjoying the view, you won't be disappointed with all the area has to offer.

National cycle route 7 runs between Gatehouse and Newton Stewart.

It takes in the Galloway Forest Park, goes along the banks of the

River Cree, bursts into Kirroughtree Forest and much, much more.

To get more details go to;

www.cycle-route.com/routes/Dumfries_and_Galloway-Routes-7.html

The '7 Stanes' are 7 mountain biking centres covering the whole of

South Scotland. They're all located on Forestry Commission land

and are named as such after a stone known as a 'Stane', one of which

features at each venue. 5 of these centres are within easy reach of

Gatehouse, they are; Ae, Dalbeattie, Glentrool, Mabie & Kirroughtree.

Catering for both the inexperienced and experienced rider, no one needs

to be left out. For more information go to ;

forestryandland.gov.scot/visit/activities/mountain-biking/7stanes

These are just a couple of suggestions but there's plenty more places both

within reach of cafes and restaurants, as well as more remote spots. 

For those of you that don't have a bike but really want to experience

what it feels like to explore under your own steam, why not hire

one. Galloway Cycling in Kirkcudbright will be only too happy

to help. They can supply both hybrid road bikes or their very popular

ebikes and you can choose between organised tours or go it alone.

Have a look at what they have to offer;

www.gallowaycycling.com