Camserney-Dull-Camserney Mountain Bike Route

Mountain Bike Route General Description.
After a mile of uphill on rough track the views are a great reward before your descent from 350m. There are options to connect to Glassie Forest, Loch Farleyer and Glengoulandie

Mountain Bike Route Directions
Park at Highland Safaris and cycle along the B648 200 metres towards Camserney . Take a left there and follow the Farm road up to `Beehive Corner` and turn left to the hill gate at the top.(Turning right takes you to the Farm)Continue on to the next gate and on for another 100 metres to a crossroads
From here there are three options:
1. For a longer cycle, carry straight on  at the crossroads  carrying on for about a mile to Loch Farleyer
2. Alternatively, continue left and then right over the burn to join into the Glengolandie route
3.Turn left and then left again to cross the foot bridge over the burn into the Forest where you turn left for 200metres to the Rock of Dull
At the Rock of Dull, stop and enjoy the fantastic views of the Appin Valley, Loch Tay and Ben Lawers

On your journey, remember to look out for: red squirrels, red deer, roe deer, crossbills
Follow the road as it continues down through mature Larch trees,  young Sitka and Norway Spruce.  
Once you reach the silver Forestry gate at the bottom, turn left and head up the slight incline, follow this track until you see the village of Dull on your right hand side through the trees, look out for a path on your RIGHT which goes down to the village of Dull.
The village of Dull was once the site of a monastery started in the 7th Century by St Eonan.  The cross in the centre of the village was part of this historic site.  When you reach the village of Dull, turn LEFT and follow the tarmac road down through Dull until you reach the Safari Lodge on your LEFT.  Please take care on the Dull road as this road is used by cars

Fitness level – Medium – one long slope climb
Skill Level - Medium
Distance - 9 km
Ascent – 250m


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