There are good opportunities for cycling on all three estates, though for families Balnagown Estate is by far the most suitable as there are extensive cycle tracks, and the estate’s private roads, to use throughout. In addition, the terrain at Balnagown is much less rugged and hilly than at Invercassley and Duchally.
The tarmacked single track road from Rosehall village to Duchally Lodge, which is about 12 miles long, is a great route for families or the more casual cyclist as the surface is good, the road not too hilly, plus there is very little traffic which uses it as the road is a dead end (finishing at Duchally Lodge). And the views are wonderful all the way!
We have bikes to suit all ages at both Balnagown and Duchally, and the use of these is completely free.
For the more serious mountain biker, Invercassley and Duchally have some challenging tracks – Duchally in particular. The remoteness of Duchally also adds to the appeal of mountain biking there. And once you’ve tried what Invercassley and Duchally have to offer, there are almost endless options for mountain biking in the Northern Highlands, with purpose made routes at nearby Carbisdale and Balblair (both Kyle of Sutherland).
Plenty of family cycling on easy tracks and the estate’s private roads. We have a range of bikes to suit all ages and the use of these is free.
Some challenging tracks for the more serious mountain biker, with plenty of other good options in the surrounding area and including on the nearby Duchally Estate.
Challenging tracks, plus an easy and relatively unused tarmac road back to Rosehall village. A range of bikes for all ages are available free of charge.
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