The North of Scotland is a fantastic location for keen walkers and cyclists of every style. With many types of trails to suit all levels and stunning scenery to enhance the experience, the Scottish Highlands really is a first class choice.
Sutherland has plenty of locations with different levels for all keen walkers. There are lots of walks to help you explore Scottish scenery, from the local easier walks along the beach, heritage trails and walks through local woods. For those a looking for a little more of a challenge there is also Ben Bhraggie, Golspie and Fyrish Monument outside Alness and finally Ledmore and Migdale Forest walk in Spinningdale, which includes a spot of Geocaching.
For cycling enthusiasts there is the speciality constructed Highland Wildcat trail, which is based around Ben Bhraggie providing excellent viewing points along the way. In addition there is the Learnie Red Rocks purpose built mountain bike trails in Cromarty. For those keener on road biking there is the Kyle of Sutherland loop, which begins in Ardgay and brings you passed the stunning Carbisdale Castle, up to Lairg then through Rogart across the Mound and back to Ardgay via the A9.