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Trail details

Grade of Trail:

  • Extreme

Length of trail:

Each run is 0.5 miles

Trail is currently open

Cycling map


Trail description

The bike park comprises of two distinct zones; the Dirt Jump Zone and the Downhill Zone.

The Dirt Jump Zone has a series of graded dirt jumps with a linear pump track to get you started. The Dirt Jumps vary from beginner to advanced and are marked with 'Freeride' signs to represent the level of difficulty.

The downhill zone starts from the wooden start tower, with four interlink runs down the hillside to the valley bottom, each run includes a series of rock drops and jumps and finishes at a the Blue Adventure Trail Climb from post 8.

 Please match your equipment and skill to the terrain you are riding on.

What do other visitors say?

4 Stars 4 Stars

I had a fun time but some trails were not as fun as others and dirt jumps need a tiny bit of fixing

Daniel, 20/Jan/2018
4 Stars 4 Stars

it was a good trail and the bike park is brilliant but the downhill section needs jumps.

kaine p, 11/Mar/2017
4 Stars 4 Stars

I went round on a 18" bmx was good fun was really slippery due to weather but overall was really good there needs to be a quicker route. Back to main car park and wasn't very well marked out when I wanted to take short cuts also the jumps need rebuilding there is no where near enough kick overall it was good tho

Dylan, 8/Nov/2015
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OS Grid ref: SK611625

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