An area to test and hone your technical skills that’s suitable for those looking to see what level their biking is at. You can test out a section of Blue, Green, Red and Black trail and see how you get on before committing to one of the full on trails. It’s divided into the Training, Singletack, Freeride and Dropoff Zones – with a challenge for mountain bikers of all abilities.
Ride Map and Elevation Profile
Image taken from NRW Pamphlet.
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: Coed-y-brenin – Snowdonia
Coed y Brenin was the UK’s first purpose built trail centre, and following a revamp in 2013 remains one of the best in the country. With trails ranging from the Black – Beast, to easier Blue routes such as MinorTaur and family friendly green Yr Afon, there’s something for all abilities. You can also head off on the many miles of forestry tracks, which are as easy as it gets.