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|Cycle Route Details|
|Route Name||Bridge Of Allan To Killin|
|Distance : miles (km)||40.81 (65.68)|
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|This cycle route mostly consists of quiet roads & parts of the national cycle network. It passes through Callander, then you have a nice long climb leaving Callander for about 10 miles. Don't worry it's worth it when you get to the other side :)
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|Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?|
|Rob Roy's Grave
|Near By Cycle Shops|
|Wheels Cycling Centre|
|posted by:simonannitsford||Rating :||difficult :|
|I did pretty much the same route on 3rd September as part of a week long ride, but starting in Stirling.|
I'd agree with the comments, with the ride being very scenic along side the Loch, but with a 2 or 3 mile downhill section on the way in to Killin itself making it all worth while.
The switchback sections of the cycle path are fairly hard going for a hybrid (my bike), but would be a lot easier on a full out mountain bike.
I'd agree with the 6/10 rating as a whole, but don't forgoet about the harder switchback sections.