Video: BikePark Wales – UK’s New Bike Park Destination

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Our fleet of mini buses will transport you quickly, safely and comfortably to 491m, the top of our mountain, Myndd Gethin. You will be dropped off at the very top of the hill right next to the start of our trails. All that remains to do is select your route and whoop and holler your way back to the bottom of the mountain in time to catch the next lift up.

If you would rather not use our uplift and you feel up to the challenge we also have a Singletrack climb so you can pedal your way to the top of the hill before choosing your route down. Day passes are just £5 for riders wishing to pedal up (we do not charge for car parking).

For more information visit www.bikeparkwales.com and www.facebook.com/bikeparkwales.

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BikePark Wales Vista

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BikePark Wales Trails

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BikePark Wales Singletrack

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  • Luis says:

    Looks great! So who owns this little piece of heaven?

  • Land of Mud & Glory says:

    I’m from the Valleys and this means a lot. We’ve had some tough times but this along with Afan and Cwmcarn around the corner makes S. Wales truly world class, the best place to ride hard anywhere in the UK. Lush!

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