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Cilcain Short

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Grid reference: SJ176648 Pump House Car Park,
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A short ride from the rural village of Cilcain onto the ridge of the impressive Clwydian Range, which allows less experienced riders to enjoy the views across the Vale of Clwyd towards the Carneddau and Snowdonia. After the climb from the village to the top, enjoy the singletrack descent all the way to the village for a break at one of the village amenities.

How to get here:

Due to traffic pressures in the village, please park at the Pump house just outside the village.

Pump house car park grid reference: SJ 176 648

Address: Grid reference: SJ176648 Pump House Car Park
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Ride Time (hours): 1
Distance: 5-10km
Grade: Green
Height Climbed (metres): 185
Trail Facilities: Local
OS Map Required: OS Explorer 265
Area: North Wales
Visit Wales Grading: 5*****

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2 thoughts on “Cilcain Short

  • Andrew Owens
    on 9th September 2016

    Hi, i was just emailing to inquire about costing for the Cilcain Short course for 6 people age 17+, and whether we would have to hire bikes, helmets etc. Or bring our own equipment. Many Thanks. Andrew.

    • hannaha
      on 12th September 2016

      Hello Andrew, this route is a natural trail, it is free to ride because it uses public bridleways. You would need to provide your own equipment or hire bikes from nearby Llangollen. There are also guides who can take you out on these types of routes.

      Alternatively, you can hire bikes and helmets to ride at the trail centre at Llandegla http://www.mbwales.com/agents/coed-llandegla/ where all the trails are contained in one forest. Hope this helps, please let us know if you need any further information.

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