* Electric Bikes £15 half day £25 full day.
There’s a great choice of routes from Cromarty. It is an ideal starting point for easy cycling along the northern shores of the Black Isle, or across the firth and the Seaboard villages if you fancy to take the ferry (June – October).
You can use our cycle route planner and downloadable cycle routes to plan your expeditions. or
You can head up from Cromarty on the back road to Eathie and then on to the Fairy Glen, Rosemarkie and Chanonry Point and its famous pod of bottlenose dolphins. You could explore the villages of Fortrose and Avoch which are linked by the traffic-free path along the old railway line. If you are feeling adventurous there are the MTB trails of Learnie Red Rocks. Or simply explore the miles of quiet roads and forest tracks.
Pick up your bikes from our depot in Cromarty or from Black Isle Yurts on the South Sutor where you can enjoy fantastic views over the Moray and Cromarty Firths and explore forest tracks and some of the other places just mentioned.
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Enjoy great views on a network of quiet back roads and forest tracks. MTB fun too, at the Forestry Commission’s Learnie Red Rock trails.
The Black Isle is a paradise for cyclists -there’s a great day out for everyone.
Great cycling and great food go together.
“Scotland is one of the best land-based dolphin watching hot spots in the world” says the BBC’s Simon King OBE. And the Black Isle is one of the best hot spots in Scotland.
The Black Isle Tourism Team aims to help businesses and organisations work together to raise the profile of the area and to help visitors and locals make the most of what we have to offer.
Cyclists, on and off road, are a growing market. Let’s help each other to bring more visitors to explore this beautiful area on two wheels.