Cycling and Moutain Biking at Mill House, Forss SHOOTING | FISHING | WALKING | CYCLING | HORSE RIDING
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If you want to take to two wheels then take your pick from dedicated mountain biking centres and forest trails for those seeking an adrenaline buzz, to quiet countryside lanes for something a little more relaxing.

Mill House is located on part of the 9000 mile National Cycle Network (NN1E) which is a linked series of traffic free paths and traffic calmed roads designed as a stepping stone to explore the UK.

If off road cycling is more to your tastes then there are Forestry Commission approved cycle routes at Camster, Borgie Forrest and Trudercraig ranging from 9 to 16 mile round trips.

The most northern of Scotland's mountain bike centres, the evocatively named Highland Wildcat Trails are accessed directly from the centre of Golspie, a picturesque village about an hour's drive south of Mill House.

Key contacts for Cycling and Mountain Biking
National Cycle Network: www.sustrans.org.uk
Forestry Commission: www.forestry.gov.uk
Highland Wildcat: www.highlandwildcat.com
Mill House, Forss, By Thurso, Caithness KW14 7XY   E-Mail: ianandsabine@millhouseforss.co.uk