We organise this trip in between mid-May and end-June, and then again from late-August until mid-November.

During spring and early summer, the wild flower meadows bring an abundance of colour to the landscape – it’s also a great time to experience Scotland’s rich wildlife and birdlife. May and June are the driest and sunniest months, with normal daytime temperatures of 14 – 18°C, 20 hours of daylight and fewer tourists. The northerly latitude also means that Scotland enjoys four hours more daylight than London.

Scotland’s famous purple heather starts to change colour in August, which is perfect timing for our second trip.
The beginning of autumn is a great time of the year for biking, with normal daytime temperatures of 14 – 16°. In September and October, autumnal colours begin to emerge with the brightest foliage coming from birch and rowan trees which complement the reddish hue of the deer-strewn hillsides.

Although there are no snow-capped mountains until at least late-October, Scotland is a great place to visit all year round. The weather in Scotland can be changeable, so get ready to experience four seasons in one day. But as the Scots say, ‘there is no such thing as bad weather, only the wrong clothing’.

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