Derwen Green and Blue trails are open but with diversions in place to avoid an unsafe bridge. Please ensure you follow all diversion signage.
A collapsed culvert is being replaced on a section of the Gorlech Trail. Please follow warning signage and instructions from operators on site when using this section.
The Raven mountain bike trail is open with diversions in place due to fallen trees blocking the trail and reinstatement works. Please follow all instructions and diversion signs on site.
Brechfa is a perfect destination for both pootlers or those who like to ride totally pinned. The Gorlech Trail, designed by Rowan Sorrell, is made up of three big climbs and descents stretching over its 19km. More progressive riders can also test their full arsenal of skills on the fearsome but thrilling features of the black graded Raven Trail!
In contrast, the Derwen Trail is the starting point for families and novices and a great introduction to mountain biking.
All trails show off Brechfa Forest at its best.
There are free car parks with picnic and BBQ facilities. The Black Lion pub, Abergorlech just round the corner from the car park services those riding the Gorlech trail. The Forest Arms is in Brechfa village welcomes muddy mountain bikers.
Additionally, the Red graded Cwm Rhaeadr trail is about twenty miles northeast of Brechfa and well worth a look if you are in the area.
Abergorlech is on the B4310 some 10 miles north east of Carmarthen and 8 miles north of Llandeilo.
From the East
Leave the A48 at the junction for the National Botanic Garden and follow the B4310 to Nantgaredig and then on to Brechfa.
Abergorlech is 4 miles east of Brechfa with the Forestry car park clearly signposted.
Take the A40 towards Llandeilo and take the B4310 to Brechfa at Nantgaredig.
From the Northeast
You leave the A40 at Llanwrda 3 miles south of Llandovery and follow the A482 to Crugybar after which you follow signs to Llansawel and onto the B4310 to Abergorlech.
For Sat Nav/GPS/Mapping Services use: Brechfa
OS Grid Reference: SN585340