Grizedale Tarn Trail at Grizedale
The Grizedale Tarn trail at Grizedale forest is the one of six non technical waymarked routes that mainly follow forestry roads.
The Grizedale Tarn Traill starts from the Bogle car park, with bogle being an old word for ghost, so maybe not one for those with a nervous disposition a night ride. The trail starts off with a climb, but soon eases off for a steady ride around te eastern side of the forest with plenty of views and scuplptures to keep an eye out for.
The route is waymarked in BLACK -but not to be confused with the “Black” technical trail!
The Grizedale Tarn Trail at Grizedale – Discover lovely woodland views and find a variety of sculptures, including the iconic ‘Taking a Wall for a Walk’ by Andy Goldsworthy
Ride Map and Elevation ProfileDownload file for GPS
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: Grizedale Mountain Bike Centre
Grizedale along with Whinlatter near Keswick, is one of two MTB centres in the Lake District run by Forestry England. It is located between Coniston Water and Windermere, a few miles south of the village of Hawkshead. Grizedale is a family oriented centre, with numerous easy forestry road routes and only two technical routes for more accomplished MTB riders. Though there are a number of unofficial off-piste routes and enduro lines such as The Viking as well as an extensive network of bridleways to be explored.