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Trail details

Grade of Trail:

  • Moderate

Length of trail:

2.3 miles

Trail description

Active over 55 campaign, Haldon






Once you've mastered the basics of cycling and you're ready to move on from the Discovery Trail then the Spicers Trail is perfect for providing that next step.

The trail is a great confidence builder and introduces a combination of surfaces with some narrow sections and gentle gradients.



What do other visitors say?

5 Stars 5 Stars

Lovely trail. My boys (8 & 9) and I loved it. We'll be back soon hopefully.

Phil Hall, 9/Sep/2018
5 Stars 5 Stars

Great ride, really enjoyed myself and I Cound ride this trail all day

Steve, 12/Sep/2017
5 Stars 5 Stars

After recently returning to cycling after a 40 year absence, this was my first off road experience and I absolutely loved it!! Great fun, not too difficult but challenging enough, got muddy & wet and have definitely been bitten by the off road bug. Will be back again soon.

monkeynuts, 1/Nov/2015

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What's Here?

  • Cafe
  • Cycling
  • Cycling Hire
  • Hi-Rope
  • Horse riding
  • Orienteering
  • Parking (chargeable)
  • Picnic
  • Play area
  • Segway
  • Walking
  • Viewpoint
  • Toliets


OS Grid ref: SX884849
Postcode: EX6 7XR

Get directions


Haldon Forest Park
Ranger's Office
0300 067 5826

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