Moray Monster Trails
The Moray Monster Trails offer fantastic mountain bike challenges for intermediate to advanced level cyclists. Not suitable for the youngest of riders, but great for older kids and adults, if you have basic mountain bike skills you will love the blue routes. Got more skills? Don’t worry, there’s something to challenge everyone.
With breath-taking scenery and stunning surroundings, you will enjoy every second of riding the Moray Monster Trails.
The Moray Monster Trails are located in Moray, between Elgin and Keith.
The Moray Monster Trails is a group of three mountain biking parks each linked to the others. Levels of difficulty range from Blue (intermediate) to Orange (extreme). If you have basic mountain biking skills, then head out on the blue routes.
Start at the Ordiquish car park for the Blue difficulty routes. You can also access the (Black) severe Gully Monster route from here.
The Soup Dragon – Blue – 2.6 miles / 4.1 km
A fun-packed route that can be enjoyed by everyone. Yes, it starts with a climb, but it’s well worth it when coming down the other side! Hard single track and forest road sections. Continue your ride with The Haggis or Gordzilla blue trails.
Gordzilla – Blue – 3.3 miles / 5.3 km
Quite a lengthy mountain biking trail, Gordzilla will set your heart racing with its fun-filled twists and turns. Hard single track and forest road sections. Continue your ride with The Soup Dragon or The Haggis blue trails.
The Haggis – Blue – 5.5 miles / 8.8 km
Take the not-too-technical Haggis trail for fun, intermediate challenges. Hard single track and forest road sections. Continue your ride with The Soup Dragon or Gordzilla blue trails.
The Gully Monster – Black – 1.5 miles / 2.3 km
Technical and often hair-raising, the trail is for more experienced riders comfortable living life on the edge. All hard single track.
The Moray Monster Trails is managed by Scotland Forestry Commission.
Start at the Winding Walks car park for the Red and Orange difficulty routes.
The Fochabers Ring – Red – 5.0 miles / 8.0 km
Start with a tough climb of Whiteash Hill then enjoy the thrill of the fun-filled downhill on unsurfaced terrain.
Fochabers Freeride – Orange – 0.5 miles / 0.9 km
This trail is suitable for advanced riders only on quality, advanced full suspension bikes. No matter how good you are (or think you are!), everyone must walk the trail before you ride it. The first, top section includes big, technical North Shore wooden structures – please make sure you are capable of this style of riding: most cyclists are not. The second section is full of big earth features, drops and jumps. After completing the second section, rejoin the Fochabers Ring (red trail) to return to the car park.
|Route||Colour||Difficulty||Distance (Miles)||Distance (Km)|
|The Soup Dragon||Blue||Intermediate||2.6||4.2|
|The Gully Monster||Black||Severe||1.5||2.4|
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How to get here
The Moray Monster Trails are located at Fochabers on the A96 between Elgin and Keith.
Pay and Display parking available near the trail at these locations:
|Ordiequish||Near Fochabers||IV32 7PE|
|Winding Walks||Near Fochabers||IV32 7PG|
The nearest National Cycle Network (NCN) route is NCN 1 from Elgin to Portgordon. From either town, head toward Upper Dallachy then to Fochabers on the B9104.
Elgin or Keith.
Outfit Moray & Bike Revolution
Approx. 15 miles from Ordiequish and Winding Walks car parks.
Open all year round except for any temporary closures due to works.
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