Easy Cycle and Exploring 
1.    From hire go up the village street past the church and shop until the hump bridge.  After crossing take the first turn Left and go along past “Kilday Falls” where the river narrows through a rock gorge. The track comes out on the B863 at Invercoe Campsite then back to the village. 2.5km’s

2.    After crossing the hump bridge take the 2nd turn Left signed to “Glencoe Lochan”. Follow this road up, past a sign saying, “Glencoe Orbital Path” (that’s option 3) and keeping right at a junction, to a public car park and interpretation board that will guide you around Glencoe Lochan. There are also walking trails of which the yellow trail can be cycled with care.  5km’s

3.    After crossing the hump bridge and as above to the “Orbital Path Sign” take the orbital path and follow this off-road cycle path. This crosses the road at various points and has a steeper last section after the SYHA hostel as it passes the site of where the Harry Potter film set “Hagrid’s House” was located. The path then joins and follows the B road past the Clachaig Hotel to a junction with the busy A82. Turn right at the bridge, cross and through a short gravel section and follow the path down, then through a car park to a foot bridge.  From the bridge either turn right and follow the path back to Clachaig Hotel and take the same route back down to the village, or it’s possible to push up left and into the forest and visit “Signal Rock” a site of historic interest relating to the Glencoe Massacre of 1692.  Also for those of a more adventurous nature its possible to cycle up the valley floor from the Bridge at the A82 junction to view "The Three Sisters" from the end of an old road and track stopping just before "The Lost Valley".

4.    From cycle hire go down the village to the pedestrian crossing at Glencoe Mountain Rescue and cross. Cycle Route 78 link goes West from here up the cycle path East passing the gas station and following the path until its unpaved and to the forest. Go through a forest gate (you might want to push up this bit) and follow the now rougher track, with care, and crossing a foot bridge until you reach a path junction just past an old ruin “Inverigan” with an interpretive board. Either take a right and follow a further path until you reach a fire road which can be followed all the way to the top of the hill and the summit mast (further 7km’s & 1,500ft) hard work out) or, after 1km take any of the paths on the left down to the excellent NTS Visitor Centre. Or, from the ruin go straight on until you reach the camping site and then take a left (shortest) to the visitor centre or a right (longer) and as above follow the paths down left. 6km’s