- Trail Grading: GREEN: EASY
- Ride Time: a meandering hour or so!
- Ride Distance: 3.24 km
- Ride Climb: 56 m
- Ride Descent: -56 m
Route Starts from:
This route starts from the Bod Petryal car park (which is on the B5105). Grid reference: SJ 036513. Parking is free.
Don’t forget a Map, GPS and Guidebook!
Bod Petryal is an easy Green Graded mountain biking route in the Clocaenog Forest on Mynydd Hiraethog. The route is under 5km in length and is perfect for families. There’s a toilet block at the start of the route as well as ample parking. There are also picnic areas around the lake, so an ideal day out!
Ride North Wales describe Bod Petryal as a …
… short, meandering route through the forest is perfect for the family. … This area of the forest is one of the last strongholds of the Red Squirrel and is popular with many other animals and birds such as the otter, green finch and woodpecker. This really is one of the most pleasant areas of Clocaenog foresthttp://www.ridenorthwales.co.uk
Ride Map and Elevation Profile
Remember that you can download the GPX File for the MTB route above and use in your GPS device or on your favourite mapping app. We’ll have a run down of how to use GPX files on your MTB route soon.
Base Summary: Mynydd Hiraethog Mountain Biking Routes
Mynydd Hiraethog is an area of high moorland between Snowdonia and the Clwydian hills that is reasonably flat once you get up there! Adding to the interest are the reservoirs of Brenig and Alwen, as well as the forestry. For such a man made landscape, the routes are not manufactured and may invovle a bit of map work to find your way around.