Wilderness Scotland cycling holidays are a rich way to explore the scenery and landscape, culture and history of Scotland.
The majority of our bike tours are point to point, meaning that you can challenge yourself with getting from A to B by pedalling each mile as part of a friendly group.
All our trips are led by a qualified and experienced guide but you also receive detailed route notes for each day’s ride. You can choose to cycle Scotland with your guide or simply follow the route notes, meeting up with the group at designated stops along the way.
Throughout the day, our support vehicle will always be close to hand to provide drinks, snacks and a friendly ride should you need it. It also transfers your luggage between hotels, gearing you up for a lightweight and care-free ride.
One of the most rewarding of our cycling holidays are the places we choose for dinners each night. We package everything so you don’t need to worry about the details, except of course what you order from the menu. We’ve selected independent hotels and fantastic eateries, so you’ll be well fuelled for the next day in the bike saddle.
Road Cycling tours are available in the following locations:
Every client receives a feedback survey when they return from their guided, self guided or tailor made holiday with us.
Once completed the review is published on our website just as soon as our database updates. The little touches and details are important to us and where issues are raised we make positive changes to our trips to improve your experience.
That's why we read each of our client's reviews and although we don't respond to all of them, if it's glowing feedback then we get the satisfaction of helping to make your holidays truly memorable.
I would highly recommend Wilderness Scotland and hope to return myself to take part in another of their trips.
I thoroughly enjoyed this trip with Wilderness Scotland. I'd love to do it again.
"Undulating", especially when said in a welsh accent and accompanied by a slight twinkle in the eye, has a particular meaning which you might only appreciate if you cycle through the Outer Hebrides! This cycling holiday was fantastic, with beautiful scenery, "undulating" roads, "variable" weather, and great company. The scenery was stunning, and there was plenty of time for a spot of sight-seeing and learning about the area. Food and accommodation were top quality. The guides were brilliant; they came across as professional and experienced, and nothing was too much trouble; yet they were relaxed and fun to spend a week with.
I was sad when it ended and I had to give the bike back and go home!
This is my third holiday with Wilderness Scotland and I have never been disappointed with the quality of the trip. Each trip has been special and this one was no exception! I would have no hesitation in recommending it.
Emma Louise McCarroll
Road Cycling Holidays articles from our blog
Spring Sale! Save up to £250 on your 2018 Holiday
Posted on Apr 23, 2018 by Rupert Shanks
The Highlands are coming to life again! To celebrate we are offering a Spring Sale. Save up to *£250 per person on your 2018 Scottish adventure holiday! Spring is a time of creativity and new plans for adventure in the year ahead. We love this time of year when our local wildlife and flora starts […]
Solo Travel: Making New Friends on the Island Explorer
Posted on Sep 08, 2017 by Russell Murray
Solo travel can be a bit daunting, especially if it’s something you’ve never done before but I think this wonderful quote from WB Yeats sums up the reasons you should give it a go: “There are no strangers here; only friends you haven’t met yet.” When I joined our Island Explorer road cycling trip at […]