INSPIRATIONAL MOUNTAIN BIKE ADVENTURES

“Believe the hype! Torridon and Skye has some of the best, if not the best riding in the UK.” Neale Brodie, Brighton

Torridon’s Top Trails 4-Dayer

The best of Torridon and Skye in just 4 days.

•Awesome wild rocky singletrack
•Remote mountain passes
•Breath-taking scenery
•Link with the London to Fort William/Aviemore sleeper train for minimum time off work

DATES AVAILABLE:

20-23 May 2021 (Sorry, trip sold out)

19-22 August 2021 (3 places left)

What’s included?:

• Accommodation – 3 night’s accommodation in a super-comfy hostel (typically twin rooms, occasionally triples)
• Meals – Cooked breakfasts (3 days) and packed lunches (4 days) (evening meals are eaten in local pubs and restaurants and are not included in the price)
• Travel – all travel is in our own dedicated 9-seat minibus with bike trailer.  Collection and drop off at Fort William or Aviemore rail station or other locations by arrangement.
• All guiding – 2 qualified guides giving a 4-1 client to guide ratio.

(Everything but evening meals, beer & spares!)

Is this trip for me?:

This is one of the toughest trips we run, suitable for strong intermediates or more experienced riders.
Technical: Blacks are unlikely to phase you and you’re happy on even tougher natural terrain. You’re happy on smaller drops that can’t be rolled.
Fitness: You’re comfortable out all day at a good pace, and will even manage a few real epics if you pace yourself. 50km+ and 1500m of climbing won’t phase you.
There’ll be some big ups (including a fair bit of hike-a-bike), some long days, and some technical downs – a sense of humour may be required at times. It will also involve riding 4 days back to back (but voluntary rest days are possible if needed).
If you’re at all concerned about whether the trip is right for you, please call us on 07974 912479. We will be more than happy to advise.

Price per person: £729

For sample itinerary and trip notes, click here

*Note: The weather and conditions will have a huge bearing on what we can actually do –the itinerary is likely to change from day to day.

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