Aston Hill Trail Centre in Buckinghamshire is home to multiple downhill trails, a 4X track and a cross country loop that makes it a must visit MTB venue.
The South East might not be known for its vast quantity of steep hillsides which is probably what makes Aston Hill such a must visit venue for the downhill community.
On the downhill front the trail centre consists of 5 downhill trails varying from red through to black in difficulty.
Parking is onsite with room for approximately 60 cars, paid using the ticket machine onsite, which also covers the day pass for one rider. Further parking is available in the Wendover Woods car park.
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From Aylesbury, take the A41 south towards Hemel Hempsted. Follow the road as it becomes dual carriageway and then take the second exit onto the B4009. Follow this west towards Wendover, turning left to stay on the B4009. Once the woods appear on your left, turn left to climb a minor road. The car park is on your left halfway up the hill.
Published: 2 August 2018
One of the oldest mountain bike parks in the UK, Aston Hill, within easy reach of thousands of potential riders is struggling to get the volunteers it needs to keep going.
Published: 4 July 2017
Catch up on all the action from round 3 of the Pedalhounds Enduro Series as the series headed to the popular mountain bike venue of Aston Hill.
Published: 29 December 2016
Firecrest MTB's Founder Ian Warby is pleased to announce he is back and will be running Mountain Bike Races on Aston Hill in 2017.
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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