Llanwrtyd Wells For Mountain Biking
The 90th most popular mountain bike trail in UK.
Wednesday 3 August 2016 05:13 GMT
The Llanwrtyd Wells area has waymarked riding includes low to mid level CTC routes, following minor roads, green lanes and forest tracks through the beautiful river valleys and rolling hills. Theres also a great number of trails leading into more challenging mountain areas, making this a perfect short break centre for every level of rider.
Llanwrtyd is also ideally placed to link to other areas such as the Knighton area trails, Elan Valley, National Cycle Route No 8 and the whole of the surrounding Cambrian Mountains.
Directions: Take M4 /M5 over Severn Bridge into Wales (dont forget toll money). Take M4 junction 25 north on A4042 to Abergavenny, then take A40 / A479 /A470 to Builth Wells. Take A483 south west to Llanwrtyd Wells. Llanwrtyd has its own railway station. For rail details call 08457 484950
For Coed Trallwm Mountain Bike Centre, take the road signposted Abergwesyn from Beulah, which is between Builth Wells and Llanwrtyd Wells on the A483. The Centre is 3.5miles north west of Beulah.
Overall, Llanwrtyd Wells is the 90th most popular mountain bike trail of all 93 mountain biking rides in UK.