The black trail at Coed Llandegla is made of grin inducing options to the red trail. The trails are well groomed and all features can be rolled with your wheels on the ground. The black splits from the red after the first major descent and dives into the woods where you can snake through the trees on a ribbon of singletrack taking swithcbacks and table tops at your leisure. Plenty of jumps and drops to be had but be aware it's a long way back to the top so keep your lungs and legs ready.
NEW: November 2011. The new Black Section (2.6km) departs from the red trail immediately before the Twins on a new section of North Shore before taking you on a true roller coaster ride through the trees where table tops, doubles, drops and some surprise features are the order of the day. The trail then ascends back up to rejoin the new red rail above one of Coed Llandegla hidden valleys before heading over to North Shore Island.
|Sat Nav:||LL11 3AA|
|Grid Ref:||SJ 227520|
Coed Llandegla Forest is located on the A525, 7 miles west of Wrexham. From Chester take the A483 south from Chester towards Wrexham then take the A525 west, signed Ruthin. From the Ruthin area take the A525 east towards Wrexham. Coed Llandegla Forest is signed from the road.
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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