The Twrch Trail at Cwmcarn is a superb trail of the very highest quality that is not for the faint hearted. Virtually the entire route is on purpose built singletrack through a mixture of broadleaf and conifer woodlands and open ridge tops.
The riding varies from open and flowing hard pack to tight technical and rooty and is rideable in all weather. In places the trail hugs the sides of some very steep wooded side slopes, demanding concentration, whilst in others it sweeps along open ground giving you the chance to take in dramatic views of the Bristol Channel and the surrounding hills.
Take M4 into Wales (or M50 / A40 / A449 if you're coming from the north). Leave motorway at junction 28, heading north on A467 past Risca and Crosskeys towards Abercarn. Turn right at fifth roundabout, Cwm Carn Forest centre is signposted from here.
|Nearest Town:||Cross Keys, Newport|
|Sat Nav:||NP11 7FA|
|Grid Ref:||ST 230936|
Published: 12 February 2016
Awesome news for Cwmcarn Forest fans as the formidable Twrch Mountain Bike trail in South Wales is set to reopen this weekend on Saturday 13th February.
Please note: Distance is calculated as air distance or "as the crow flies" the most direct route between two points, so the distance by road maybe slightly longer.
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