Aston Hill Bike Park is a dedicated site for Mountain biking, which is situated just outside Wendover Woods and is part of the Chilterns, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The park features graded trails of varying difficulty; four downhill (DH) trails, a 4X track and a two part cross country (XC) loop, with a push up track to bring riders back to the start of all trails. A new pump track opened on the 26th October 2013.
The trails are techincal in nature and suited for riders of moderate ability and confidence.
Surface to Air. Opened in 2012, a huge amount of work has been undertaken by the Aston Hill committee and volunteers on this trail, named “Surface to Air”, which is a flowing, progressive track suited more to the experienced riders that visit, and has had amazing feedback since opening.
Prices for Day Passes
To ride at Aston Hill Bike Park you will need to purchase a day permit for £7.00 which can be acquired through three different options, purchasing from a Ranger on site, popping into the office which is open Mon/Wed/Fri during the hours of 9am to 12:30, or buying from the Pay & Dsiplay machine in the car park. If there are no Rangers on-site when you arrive, just give them a call on the duty phone 07796 313507. Annual passes can be purchased online at boxoffice.forestry.gov.uk/memberships.
Opening and Locking Times
Opening times are 8:30 till half an hour before dusk, gate locking time will always be sign posted as you enter the site and will be changed throughout the year depending on daylight hours.
For further information about Aston Hill Bike Park and membership, then please go to www.rideastonhill.co.uk or call 07429087543.
What do other visitors say?
No toilet facility apart from a portalet..
Forestry Commission Response
There is a portaloo provided, or alterntively there are toilet facilities in the adjacent Wendover Woods site.
5 StarsAnonymous, 18/Nov/2015
I suggest 'Arthur' should lay off his brakes. Maybe canal tow paths would be more suitable.
1 StarArthur, 3/Nov/2015
Very disappointed of trail conditions braking bumps are worse then rock gardens. Even entrance free trails are better maintain.
Unhappy wasted time and money. Poor quality of runs