Brendon Hills For Mountain Biking
The 60th most popular mountain bike trail in UK.
Sunday 26 June 2016 03:03 GMT
On the southwestern peninsula of England in Devon and Somerset, the Exmoor National Park is know nfor its extensive network of bridleways through moorland, secluded valleys and steep ravines. Just south of Minehead, Periton Hill and Knowle Hill have plenty of routes to explore with vistas over the Bristol Channel. To reach Minehead from the M5, use Junction 23 (Bridgewater) and then follow A39 into Minehead. Start riding from Minehead harbor on the South West Coast Path bridleway west towards Selworthy Beacon. Near the beacon, a counter-clockwise loop can be formed running through Horner Wood, Dunkery Hill and Tivington.
Also near Minehead, the Brendon Hills have a 50kmmountain bike route with plenty of winding singletrack through wild windswept moors and rivers, along with views of the Bristol Channel.
Overall, Brendon Hills is the 60th most popular mountain bike trail of all 93 mountain biking rides in UK.