- Any riding from Dolgellau?
I’m staying just near Dalgellau with my family for a week next month and hope to get some riding in. Most likely I will manage a morning at Antur and CyB while my family visit a nearby attraction, but if there is anything I can pedal to I will be able to pop out for an hour or so here and there.Posted 4 years ago
Im based in Dolgellau and go to CYB few times a week,usually trying to keep up with my 5 year old on the new pump track 🙂
Taken MTB up again after a very long break,first bike was in 1986 got an old hardtail and ride the red runs.
I can do a a couple of hours if you fancy a spin.Posted 4 years agocadairviewlodgeMember
Avoid the A470 by riding up the “old road” from Dolgellau to Ganllwyd then pick up the Coed y Brenin trails. There are routes on Cadair Idris which I’m sure are documented somewhere on the internet.Posted 4 years ago
Enjoy your riding… as everybody has said there’s almost too much to choose from in the area.
Balance bikes are cool,started him off on a Puky,took a while to get him pedaling but now loves his Islabike 🙂Posted 4 years ago
Plenty of tracks surrounding Dolgellau to keep you entertained.
You can go anywhere really,Antur is definatley worth a visit,so many good places to choose from.rockhopperbikeSubscriber
takisawa2 – Member
The MachX is always worth a go.
Its about the same distance as CyB.
Used to be the longest descent in Wales, not sure if it still is.
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the MachX you mention- is that a natural trail- I remember a long downhill in wales a few yrs ago that was supposeed to be the longest etc – if so where is it – I cant remember!Posted 4 years agotraildogMember
Except the Climax is a long, long way from Dolgellau. You can easily ride to Cyb from Dolgellau and as was said somewhere you can easily avoid the main road. If you head to the Abbey via a path near the Golf course (I seem to remember the road is near a school). Then follow that road running parallel to the river. You easily pickup the trails along there.
Plenty of good bridleways shown on an OS map. A great place for riding – you will have fun.Posted 4 years ago
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