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This 9km trail complements the established red and black rides. Its specially adapted features make Coed y Brenin Forest Park the first truly inclusive mountain bike destination in the United Kingdom.

The MinorTaur has quickly become the most popular trail at Coed y Brenin. It’s a great fun introduction to mountain biking for a wide range of ages and abilities and is unique in that it can be used by riders with a disability using adaptive mountain bikes.

The trail is built in 3 loops, which get progressively longer so you can choose the distance you want to cover. There are plenty of fun features including stone steps, table tops and fantastic swooping berms.

Remember to treat with caution on your first ride, then session the sections to improve your skills! Look out for the shiny hoof prints that give you a clue that there’s a MinorTaur about!

Address: Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre
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Ride Time (hours): 1
Distance: 10-20km
Grade: Blue
Height Climbed (metres): 90
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