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Mountain biking with bite!

Laggan Wolftrax

Learn to fly at Laggan Wolftrax

Over 20 miles (35 km) of purpose-built trails wind through Laggan Forest, with superb views of the Monadhliath hills on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park.

There are routes from an easy-going green trail to a black run that’s probably the most technical bit of single-track in Scotland. In the bike park you can ride big berms and tabletop jumps. Check out the Laggan Wolftrax trail map to plan your rides.

Please note that the Green trail is closed due to felling operations. The lower part of the Red trail has re-opened except from the boardwalk down. Be aware that there may be timber wagons operating in the area and observe all safety signage.

There is a Cross Country biking event at Laggan Wolftrax on the weekend of the 24th and 25th May. The trails will not be closed to the public but there will be limited access. Please follow observe all safety signage and marshals.


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Life's essentials

The Laggan Wolftrax Centre is newly opened next to the Wolftrax car park. Run by Laggan Forest Trust the centre has a bright, airy café with comfortable sofas, lovely views and helpful, friendly staff. The menu includes chilled and hot drinks, a breakfast menu, burgers, soup, sandwiches, home baking and snacks.

The centre also has toilets and coin operated showers. No bike hire or uplift is currently available, but will hopefully be provided soon.

The café is open from 10am to 5pm Thursday to Monday, and the centre is open from 9am to 5pm every day.

Car parking charges

Please note, parking charges are as follows:

£1 for up to 1 hour

£2 for up to 3 hours

£3 for all day

£12 for minibus and coach all day

Season passes are also available. For more information please contact us.

You don’t have to ride a bike to enjoy Laggan: the route to Dun da Lamh hill fort (currently closed, see walk tab) makes a great walk as well as a cycle ride. It’s one of the best-preserved hill forts in the Highlands, with impressive walls and superb views of the countryside around.

Working in partnership with Forestry Commission Scotland, local community group Laggan Forest Trust has developed a number of other trails to explore in the forest.

Come and try the easy, medium and hard semi-permanent orienteering courses. Buy your map (£3) at the Laggan Wolftrax Centre café or the Laggan Forest Trust office. These courses will be in the forest until the middle of June then will extend on to the moorland. During school breaks we set up an orienteering String Course suitable for adventurous toddlers to around 8 year olds.

For more information visit the Trust's website or call Joanna on 01528 544366. We look forward to seeing you.

Laggan makes a great base for exploring the beautiful countryside around. There are high, rounded hills, remote glens and a superb range of wildlife. Laggan Community web has details of things to do and places to stay.

Contact Name : Glenmore Forest Park Visitor Centre

District Office Name : Glenmore Forest Park Visitor Centre
Address : Forestry Commission Scotland
  Glenmore
  By Aviemore
Postcode : PH22 1QU
Telephone : 01479 861220
Email : invernessrossskye@forestry.gsi.gov.uk

How to get here

Laggan Wolftrax is on the A86 between Spean Bridge and Newtonmore, about 1 ¾ miles (2.8 km) west of Laggan village. It is well signposted. The car park is at grid reference NN 593 922.

Using SatNav?

PH20 1BU is the nearest postcode

Public transport

Buses between Spean Bridge and Newtonmore pass Laggan Wolftrax, but may not be able to carry mountain bikes. Check Traveline Scotland for details.

Nearby places

If you’re looking for more mountain biking action, head towards Fort William and the Witch's Trails. For a gentle stroll to a waterfall, try Pattack Falls, just ¾ mile (1.2 km) along the road.


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