Angus Cycling Routes

Angus has many popular cycle routes which allows you to experience the heart of Angus on two wheels.

These routes have been developed to cover all parts of Angus and each route card can be printed off and taken with you on your travels. There are also suggestions of places to eat and stay in the area.

Wherever possible, the routes described are circular. You might find it useful to use Ordnance Survey maps to give more detailed information. The relevant OS map is referred to on each card. A quick glance at a map of Angus will soon reveal where routes can be linked, extended or cut short. Distances are given in miles and kilometres and an estimated time is given.

Circuit of Montrose Basin

  • Grade: Easy/Moderate

  • Duration: 2-3 hours

  • Length: 32.5km/20 miles

Glen Clova Circuit

  • Grade: Easy/Moderate

  • Duration: 3-4 hours

  • Length: 30.5km/19 miles

Carnoustie to Crombie Park

  • Grade: Moderate

  • Duration: 4-5 hours

  • Length: 46.5km/28.4 miles

Cycle Ride to Glamis

  • Grade: Easy

  • Duration: 3 hours

  • Length: 29km/18 miles

Circuit through Rural Angus

  • Grade: Easy

  • Duration: 3-4 hours

  • Length: 27.5km/17 miles

Montrose to Edzell via Fettercairn

  • Grade: Moderate/Difficult

  • Duration: 6-7 hours

  • Length: 66km/41miles

Peter Pan to Reekie Linn

  • Grade: Moderate

  • Duration: 3 hours

  • Length: 32.5km/20.2 miles

Carnoustie to Forfar

  • Grade: Moderate/Difficult

  • Duration: 4-5 hours

  • Length: 53km/38 miles

Arbroath to Montrose

  • Grade: Moderate

  • Duration: 4-5 hours

  • Length: 55km/33 miles

Whilst Angus Cycle Hub & Angus Council have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information, they cannot be held responsible for any changes that may take place on the routes, any errors in the route cards, nor for any accidents or injuries sustained whilst following the routes. Cyclists must take personal responsibility for their own safety. We acknowledge the support of Angus Cycling Club in supplying the routes described on these cards and also the support of CTC Tayside in supplying photographs.