Trigony House Hotel | Closeburn | Thornhill | Dumfries & Galloway | Scotland | UK | DG3 5EZ
Telephone: 01848 331211 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cycling in Scotland is one of the best ways to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the countryside and the quiet roads with a good choice of routes and off road cycle tracks to explore.
The hotel can arrange for Bicycle hire for road bikes, mountain bikes, kids Bikes and a Tandem.
A days biycle hire for two for one day is £35, plus we have bicycle cleaning facilities and secure storage.
The terrain around the hotel is quite gentle and the countryside very varied, with a network of quiet roads making it ideal cycling country. We have a lovely route mapped out which includes a visit to Drumlanrig castle and Morton Castle.
Trigony offers cyclists several superb routes, which take in the best of cycling in Scotland from challenging off road treks in the forest of Ae & the Drumlanrig estate to more gentle routes following the course of the River Nith and the southern Uplands.
What are the 7stanes? The 7stanes are a series of mountain bike centres in Forestry Commission Scotland forests in the Borders and Dumfries and Galloway: Glentress & Innerleithen, Newcastleton, Glentrool, Mabie, Ae, Dalbeattie and Kirroughtree.
There are 400km of all-weather trail – more than enough for a week’s holiday in the South of Scotland! Add to that the natural trails in the surrounding hills and singletrack at Drumlanrig and you’re sure to find a trail to suit you.
Download a PDF Route Map for the Ae 7Stanes Routes
One for the more experienced rider who likes things rough & tough. Family trails coming soon.
Whether you’ve ridden everywhere or nowhere, 7stanes has something for you. Expert or complete beginner? – the 7stanes has trails for all abilities, in all styles from sweet flowing singletrack to monster berms and jumps. Ride them all this year and decide which is your favourite.
Even if the family don’t want to ride every day, there are masses of other things to do in the South of Scotland, from castles and stately homes to adventure playgrounds and farm parks with every other activity you could possibly imagine in between.
Cycling Photographs © Forestry Commission Scotland