MinorTaur, Coed y Brenin

The Blue MinorTaur route can easily be summed up as ‘fun and rolling’. Perfect for those wanting to develop their mountain biking skills but avoid major climbs and overly technical sections. Comprised of three loops it delivers you back to the visitor centre, providing you with an opportunity for a well-earned cup of tea and piece of cake! 

Green Trail, Coed Llandegla

The Green Trail is a waymarked route of approximately 5km developed specifically with families in mind. After cycling around the reservoir, the route meanders back through the forest before the final descent sweeps you back down to the visitor centre where they sell award winning bacon butties.   

Rookie Green Trail, Afan Forest

The Rookie Green Trail is a wide and meandering trail designed specifically for families and beginners.  Picnic areas can be found along the route and there’s even an optional skills area for those wanting to develop their technical riding. The Rookie trail has all the ingredients for a great family day out.  

 A family enjoy cycling in Afan Forest Park

The South Wales Valleys

Once a famous industrial heartland the South Wales Valleys provide a real Welsh biking experience. Traverse the lush green valleys and ride along former canal towpaths, tramways and disused railways which once bought great industrial importance to South Wales. With over 250 miles of National Cycle Network you’ll be spoilt for choice. 

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