Mountain biking

The Stirling area offers a variety of opportunities for mountain biking and we have more information available on how to take access in the area. There are exciting and dedicated trails at nearby Carron Valley or lots of natural trails to explore in the local area. DMBIS can help you find out what's happening in Scottish mountain biking as well as find the best local trails.

The Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 gives the right of responsible non motorised access (but allows for mobility scooters) to most land and inland water in Scotland. This responsible right of access extends to mountain biking.

The Scottish Outdoor Access Code explains how you can take responsible access when you're out mountain biking. It gives useful advice and guidance on how to act when faced with different situations.

'Do the Ride Thing' gives you the lowdown on responsible mountain biking with a short game to see just how much you know. 

The Stirling Area Access Forum produced 'Enjoy Stirling's Outdoors - Your Guide to Responsible Access' to help you on your way.

Cycle maps for the local area are available to view or download and you can find out more about local cycling from Stirling Bike Hub.