Where's the best trail centre in the UK?
Glentress is the best centre I've done overall – be surprised if there was anywhere with greater variety and density of trails. Once you know your way around you can put all sorts of stuff together. Feels like you've been out all day, get back to your car and it's only 2 and a half hours.Posted 7 years agostanfreeMember
Did penmachno yesterday and was really impressed , Im used to glentress which is my local and really like Laggan but was kinda blown away by Penmachno as Its seems so natural compared with some trail centres . It also has sometricky little climbs and stoney drops . I think Drumlanrig is next on the cards for me at about 60 miles from home its pretty local.Posted 7 years agoLMTMember
Laggan Wolftrax for me, only get up there once a year but love it! great trails and great cafe as well, a little basic but does the job, beans on chunky toast and a cuppa tea!
Cannock – new monkey trail is awesome and BV cafe isn't too bad, plus its local, only 40mins away in the carPosted 7 years agoNickyB is going downhillMember
Either Brechfa or The Tress, probably Glentress, great rides, good views, fun freeride park to mess on, loadsa variety plenty of people to natter with and amazing cake! Mmmmmmmmmh date and bannana! Doesnt necessarily mean the best trail at a trail centre though!
Thats the ridgeline trail in Wellington NZ! I don care that its not in UKPosted 7 years agodoug_basqueMTB.comSubscriber
Laggan. I don't think that the riding is as good as Golspie (for instance) but for the whole pacakage. Great bike shop, great cafe, run by two properly nice people, showers, demo day is fantastic, scenery, I love the drive there and the uplift is fun too. It's a bit of a ritual for me when I go back home, head to Laggan and have a ride, normally on Christmas eve before heading out for some drinks.
Golspie, for me, is the best for the riding. It just doesn't have the same memories for me as Laggan.Posted 7 years agoDracSubscriber
Feels like you've been out all day, get back to your car and it's only 2 and a half hours.
Well that really sells it. I prefer rides that fly by and turns out you've been out all day.
Anyway I prefer Afan it has a nice feel out on the trails. I'm not bothered about facilities much prefer better riding.Posted 7 years ago
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