From 16th April 2021, we believe bikers in Scotland can ride the Crieff Cloverleaf routes in groups of up to six people, as long as they go home to their local council area each evening.
From 26th April 2021, we believe Crieff tourist accommodation can re-open, and visitors from England and Wales can come to Scotland to ride the routes. See our latest news for further details.
Last updated: 14 April 2021
Where are we at?
Check the current status of all our routes below.
|COVID-19 Restrictions: Key to symbols|
|This route is definitely CLOSED.|
|We believe this route to be OPEN.|
|Leg 1: Crieff – Braemar|
|Leg 2: Braemar – Nethy Bridge|
|Leg 3: Nethy Bridge – Kinloch Rannoch|
|Leg 4: Kinloch Rannoch – Crieff|
|Leg 1: Crieff – Tyndrum|
|Leg 2: Tyndrum – Taynuilt|
|Leg 3: Taynuilt – Arrochar|
|Leg 4: Arrochar – Crieff|
|Leg 1: Crieff – Abington|
|Leg 2: Abington – Peebles|
|Leg 3: Peebles – Kincardine Way|
|Leg 4: Kincardine Way – Crieff|
|Leg 1: Crieff – Alyth|
|Leg 2: Alyth – Newburgh|
|Leg 3: Newburgh – Falkland|
|Leg 4: Falkland – Crieff|
|Little Leaf Northwest|
|Little Leaf Northeast|
|Little Leaf Southwest|
|Little Leaf Southeast|