Dumfries and Galloway is situated in the south west corner of Scotland. The region is bordered by over 100 miles of coastline along the north Solway Firth coast. The land rises from the coast with 5 main river valleys to the Galloway Hills with Ayrshire and Glasgow beyond in the north. Our selected routes mainly use quiet country roads passing through small towns and villages making it an ideal region for cycling.
- Level 2
- 67/72 ml (108/116 km)
- 4 Nights / 5 Days
The Stewartry of Kirkcudbrightshire in south west Scotland is magical place with a great historical tradition.You stay in the towns of Castle Douglas ‘food town’, Kirkcudbright ‘artists town’ and ‘The Wee Toon’ of Gatehouse of Fleet in the beautiful National Scenic Area of the Fleet Valley.
- Level 2
- 129/155 ml (208/249 km)
- 7 Nights / 8 Days
The pedal cycle was invented in 1839 by Kirkpatrick Macmillan in a smithy at Keir Mill near Dumfries. Visit the old Smithy, Macmillan’s nearby resting place and Drumlanrig Castle where you can see a replica of the first bicycle.