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WELCOME BACK! CAR PARK AND MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS NOW OPEN. Visitor centre & cafe remain closed. Portaloo toilets are available. Help keep each other safe. Maintain social distancing Keep to any one way systems. Allow faster riders to pass, keeping social distancing Maintain hygeine. Minimise contact with surfaces and wash hands regularly Follow the countryside code. And please respect neighbouring communities and residents. NRW advice is to take care of yourself and others. When possible, keep active but ensure you follow the Public Health Wales and Government guidance about social distancing.

This 10.8km forest road trail takes in some of the most picturesque parts of the river valley including the spectacular Gain waterfall and Mawddach waterfall.

One for all the family to enjoy. It’s a relatively low level route on forest roads with no singletrack sections, but includes a short section of constructed track leading from the centre and a rougher section of private track near the waterfalls. There are a couple of short steepish climbs and a steep forest road descent from the waterfalls.

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): 1.5
Distance: 10-20km
Grade: Green
Height Climbed (metres): 100
News/Update: WELCOME BACK! CAR PARK AND MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS NOW OPEN. Visitor centre & cafe remain closed. Portaloo toilets are available. Help keep each other safe. Maintain social distancing Keep to any one way systems. Allow faster riders to pass, keeping social distancing Maintain hygeine. Minimise contact with surfaces and wash hands regularly Follow the countryside code. And please respect neighbouring communities and residents. NRW advice is to take care of yourself and others. When possible, 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*****
Family Friendly

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Coed y Brenin

North Wales
01341 440747
coedybrenin@cyfoethnaturiolcymru.gov.uk