- Swinley trails..easy to navigate?
Follow blue around until you go over the little wooden bridge. Next bit of fireroad you get to, blue continues to the right, start of red is to the left.
Couple of bits where signage isn’t great, but if you follow the tyre tracks you’ll not go far wrong!
edit: oops, too slow.. 🙂Posted 4 years agoBikingcatastropheMember
On the whole it is pretty well sign posted although there are a couple of sections where, if you are new to the area, may feel like you have been abandoned. One is at lower star post where the direction seems a bit vague and you end up on what feels like an old grass / mud trail rather than the newly manicured trails but keep following it and you will be ok.
Overall I think they have done a great job with the trails with some bits that are good fun. It’s not the same “natural” experience that was available before but as a known ride I think it’s good fun.Posted 4 years agoscottfitzMember
Blue trail starts here:
Red trail starts here (half way round the Blue):Posted 4 years ago
Rode there for the first time last Saturday found it pretty easy to find my way round both blue and red. Even managed to work out a few unmarked bits.
The only slightly confusing bit I found was round the Lower Star area, just remember the marker number you are looking for and search round till you find it.Posted 4 years ago
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