The Nova Trail winds through the woodland of Ashton Court Estate, and is great for beginners, but still fun for more experienced riders.
The trail is relatively flat, but is packed full of features making the most of the terrain. Expect to encounter some small rock steps, roller and berms and other hidden gems along the route.
In places the trail splits to provide blue (moderate) and red (difficult) graded options. Separate to the Nova Trail there is also the longer optional Super Nova Trail that is graded red (difficult) and will challenge more experienced riders.
|Sat Nav:||BS41 9JN|
|Grid Ref:||ST 558727|
Leave the M5 at junction 19 and head south-east on the A369. Ashton Court's main gate is on the right-hand side opposite the access to the Clifton Suspension Bridge. You can't turn right here so a left turn shimmy is necessary on to the bridge road, enabling you to head straight through the stone gatehouse into the estate. Take the first turn on the right off the estate road leading up to the free golf club parking.
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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