Yep, you might have guessed. It’s another story about closures, sorry. This time, Natural Resource Wales has announced that all of its mountain bike trails are closed. No maintenance is being carried out until further notice. The trail centres are closed already, but now the trails that surround them are shut too. Given the current need to not stress the hospital and emergency services, this seems a prudent move to see Welsh mountain bike trails close for the near future.
So, no riding on built trails in Wales please. (Llandegla is also officially shut, with only the bridleway the runs through it currently permitted.)
In addition, these closures are already in effect: “The UK and Welsh Governments have closed caravan parks, campsites, tourist hotspots and popular beauty spots to visitors. In support of this, from today, Monday 23 March, we have closed all Natural Resources Wales (NRW) car parks, play areas and toilets in the woods, forests and National Nature Reserves that we manage.
NRW advice is to take care of yourself and others. When possible, relax and keep active but ensure you follow the Public Health Wales and Government guidance about social distancing”
- Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre , Beics Brenin and café are closed, See Beics Brenin Facebook page for updates.
- Nant yr Arian Visitor Centre and cafe is closed. The red kites will still be fed daily (yay!).
- Garwnant Visitor Centre and cafe are closed. Please see cafe Facebook page for the latest information
Sorry to bring you some more bad news, but it’s understandable in these crazy days.
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