Grade of Trail:
Length of trail:21.5 miles
Trail is currently open
*Section 36 is diverted due to harvesting. This diversion takes you up Sutherbruff, along to the top of littledale and rejoins section 36 before the descent to Housedale. We expect this to be in place for 6 weeks*
The 34.3km (21mile) trail starts either at the Visitor Centre or Dixon's Hollow Car Park.
Posts 1-14 is 9.4km (6miles). From The Visitor Centre Car Park.
Posts 14-25 is 11.1km (7miles). From Dixons Hollow Car Park.
Posts 26-38 is 13.8km (8.5miles) Use the Blue cycle trail from The Visitor Centre Car Park or the Green cycle trail from Dixons Hollow Car Park.
The routes take in variable terrain of single track and sections of forest road. This technical trail features rock gardens and north shore styling with technical features such as drop offs and large rocks. Some challenging climbs and tricky descents. Proficient mountain bikers with good off road handling skills and high level of fitness.
Trail News- SingletrAction, Yorkshires trail building volunteers will be working on the Red Cycle Route on the 3rd Sunday of every month (section tbc). Maybe you can give up some of your free time to work on the trails you love?? www.singletraction.org.uk
Trail News- We are working hard to mainatain the trails. You may encounter diversions on your ride, these are for your safety and to allow the new material to settle and compact. Please follow the diversion signs as riding sections that are not ready will cause further delay. Thank you.
Refreshments are now available from Dalby Activity Centre near Adder stone Field. Hot and cold drinks, cakes and snacks are available everyday during school holidays and weekends from Easter to October.
Please take your litter home with you. Thank you.
What do other visitors say?
5 StarsThankyou Dalby, 24/Jan/2016
Had a great day on the Red Route.. Really appreciate all the hard work you put in to creating this amazing trail.
4 StarsAnonymous, 3/Jan/2016
did the red route tday wasnt expecting it to be as hard as it was our own fault only done rides on mainly flat ground of around 20 miles ideally u need a full suspension bike, at only 4 entry its worth, it not sure if i will go back as getting a bit old for routs like that but if your fit and got a good bike i would reccomend you give it a go
5 StarsPudwaa, 25/May/2015
I am a regular user of Daley mtb trails, me and my friends go up most Sunday's, I feel blessed to have this amazing place on my doorstep, reading some of the negative comments about admission prices and people moaning about some of the trails not been in tiptop condition really surprises me, there's is something for the whole family at Dalby and let's face it a 7 enter fee is nothing for a car full!!! It's more or less free in my eyes, it must cost millions to maintain, and as for people moaning about the trails, you could always volunteer and help build/maintain the trails!
A massive thumbs up from me and my friends that ride every week, never gets boring! Rangers and forestry commission a big pat on the back! And thanks for making Dalby safe and exciting, keep up the good work