Deadwater Mountain Bike Trail at Kielder Forest allows you to experience two of the best single track trails in England and some of the best views in Britain. Whether you choose the Deadwater red grade trail or the extremely challenging “Up and Over” black grade trail, you will be taking in the 1,900 foot summit of Deadwater Fell which straddles the English/Scottish border and gives sensational 360° views from coast to coast (on a clear day). The trail plummets from the peak back down to Kielder Castle on specially constructed single track, packed full of features. The first ever full on singletrack within Kielder Water & Forest Park, this trail is difficult and packed with many trail features like technical climbs, rock drop off’s, barmy berms, sweet singletrack and sweeping north shore.
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From the east (Newcastle) or the west (Carlisle), leave the A69 turning northwards onto the A6079 to Chollerford, then follow the B6320 to Bellingham and the C200 to Kielder. Follow the tourism signs for Kielder Water and Forest. The journey time from Newcastle is just over an hour. From the north (Edinburgh) or the south (Darlington), travelling on the A68, take the B6320 and follow the tourism signs for Kielder Water and Forest.
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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