Update from Cwmcarn Forest Drive #MTB trails. Unfortunatly due to forest operations we are going to have to fully CLOSE the much diverted #Cafalland #Pedalhounds trails from Monday 3rd September for around 6 months while the felling operations get finished. (NOTE: the Pdealhounds may reopen quite a bit sooner) The #Twrch trail will unfortunatly also remain diverted for a few more weeks while the fire damaged trees are removed. #Ymynydd #DH is now fully open. Not much good news I know but we are trying to get the work done as quickly as possible. Please don’t shoot the messenger! #MTBTrailupdate #trailupdate Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru / Natural Resources Wales
NO UPLIFT AVAILABLE FOR THIS TRAIL
(because it’s on the other side of the valley)
Climbing to altitudes of over 400 metres, this trail gives you a real sense of adventure. Tough climbs and tight hand-built singletrack sections combined with some fantastic steep and technical descents (Watch out for the Hideout, Rocky Valley, Heartbreak Ridge and Powder House sections) all delivering fantastic ‘natural’ feel for the more experienced riders only. You will be rewarded with some amazing riding and stunning views of the surrounding area on a trail that takes you out into some of the most remote areas of Cwmcarn Forest.
You will need to be self-sufficient and expect weather changes on this tough challenging and technical Red graded ‘difficult’ trail.
visit MB Wales Site about Cwmcarn: mbwales.com/cwmcarn
visit MB Wales Listing on This for up-to-date info: mbwales.com/cafall
You can see the trail leaflet here: leaflet PDF
If you are unsure, feel free to ask the uplift driver for advice or directions.
NOTE: NO UPLIFT AVAILABLE FOR THIS TRAIL