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DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY

 

Machars Cycle Routes

The quiet, triangular-shaped peninsula of the Machars gets its name from the fertile, low-lying nature of the ground. Rolling pastures contrast with the varied coastal scenery, from the gentle saltmarsh of Wigtown Bay to the rugged cliffs of Burrow Head and Cruggleton, and aride overlooking Wigtown Bay and a visit to the historic Isle of Whithorn.

Yellow Route -Northern Machars

Orange Route -Central-eastern Machars

Green Route -South-west Machars

Red Route -South-east Machars

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Glen Trol and Clatteringshaws Loch41 miles, circular

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Lowther Hills Circular32 miles, circular

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Drumlanrig Castle to St Johns Town of Dalry58 miles/various

Outer route27 miles

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Stranraer to Newton Stewart47 miles, circular

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St John’s Town to Drumlanrig or Mennock31 miles, circular

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Cycling in Wigtownshire

Comprehensive booklet is one of four covering Dumfries and Galloway suggesting local cycle routes.

Mull of Galloway16 miles, circular

Stranraer and Portpatrick17 miles, circular

The Moors of Wigtownshire17 miles, circular

Whithorn to Port William20 miles, circular

Whithorn Area – Cradle of Scottish Christianity9 or 17 miles, circular

Bladnoch and Mochrum Loch13 or 25 miles, circular

River Cree and The Lochs21 miles, circular

Glen Trool12 miles, circular

Cree Estuary8 miles, linear

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FAMILY CYCLING

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