The current trails

The Highland Wildcat mountain bike trails were officially opened in November 2006. The community company has developed this facility with the agreement and support of Sutherland Estate under a longterm lease, encouraging public access over Ben Bhraggie and past the infamous monument to the 1st Duke of Sutherland.

Sweeping curve through the forest

The trails have been built to the highest quality to provide a serious attraction and justifying visitors travelling the 50 miles north of Inverness. In creating a Highland mountain bike destination, Highland Wildcat is complimented by trails at Kyle of Sutherland (Balblair and Carbisdale), Learnie Red Rock and Abriachan. These are all within easy travelling distance which have created a “cluster” of cycling opportunity in the North.

Example of trail sign posts

Sutherland's beautiful landscapes also provide ample opportunity to search out and explore it's natural trails.

Experience a new horizon at Highland Wildcat Trails!
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The trails have been built to the highest quality to provide a serious attraction...

A dynamic photograph depicting a cyclist, at speed, on a narrow trail through a forest. Light, streaming through the trees lends a sense of the dramatic to the scene. The scent of pine and undergrowth would be quite noticeable at this point - where track borders forest.

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A photograph providing an example of the trail signs that can be found along the route. The signs while not yet available in Braille, provide the sighted visitor with clear directions of route to follow.

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