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CAR PARK AND TRAIL CLOSED. NRW want to keep the public, and our staff, safe. The UK and Welsh Governments have closed caravan parks, campsites, tourist hotspots and popular beauty spots to visitors. In support of this, from 23 March, NRW have closed all Natural Resources Wales (NRW) car parks, toilets, play areas and mountain bike trail in the woods, forests and National Nature Reserves that we manage. NRW advice is to take care of yourself and others. When possible, relax and keep active but ensure you follow the Public Health Wales and Government guidance about social distancing.

This is the trail that everyone aspires to ride. It’s long, it’s tough, it will stretch you physically, mentally and has left many broken souls!

This long distance route covers 35 km so go prepared with adequate fluids, clothing and bike spares. Expect to come back tired, muddy and exhilarated!

You can expect loose rocky climbs, gnarly descents, stone fly-offs, berms, tabletops and hips on this 35km trail.

Don’t miss the Pink Heifer, Big Doug combo that gives over 4km of continuous sublime singletrack through majestic tall Douglas firs.

Smash it in a oner and feel the burn! So will you be dragging yourself up the final climb, limping down the last descent utterly spent or will you rise to the challenge and tame the Beast?

The Coed y Brenin mountain bike trails are managed and maintained by Natural Resources Wales. Car parking at Coed y Brenin costs £1 for 1 hour, £3 for 3 hours or £5 for the day – the money collected goes towards maintaining and improving the trails.

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Address: Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre
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Ride Time (hours): 3
Distance: 30+km
Grade: Black
Height Climbed (metres): 1100
News/Update: CAR PARK AND TRAIL CLOSED. NRW want to keep the public, and our staff, safe. The UK and Welsh Governments have closed caravan parks, campsites, tourist hotspots and popular beauty spots to visitors. In support of this, from 23 March, NRW have closed all Natural Resources Wales (NRW) car parks, toilets, play areas and mountain bike trail in the woods, forests and National Nature Reserves that we manage. NRW advice is to take care of yourself and others. When possible, relax and keep active but ensure you follow the Public Health Wales and Government guidance about social distancing.
Trail Facilities: Onsite
Area: North Wales
Visit Wales Grading: 5*****

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Coed y Brenin

North Wales
01341 440747
coedybrenin@cyfoethnaturiolcymru.gov.uk