Trail Status:  

Closed or Major Issue

Nearest Town: Bristol   

Still Woods Downhill Mountain Bike trails, in Bristol is built on land owned by Bristol University. Read more

Trail Community

Still Woods trails are built on land owned by Bristol University. Access to the land is free to anyone who wants to ride. Improvements and additions to the trails are currently taking place and a mailing list has been set up to organise digs and keep riders informed of the issues.

Trail Update 7th Jan 2009
Unfortunately the trails have been removed by Bristol University. Until further notice they have barred anyone from riding there unless they are using the public right of ways that run through the woods. A large group of riders are currently working with the University to open up access and allow rebuilding. Bikers are advised not to ride there as it will only jeapordise any future efforts with the University.

Nearest Town: Bristol
Website: bmbc.4.forumer.com

Trail Reviews Summary

Fun factor
Fun factor 9.2000 out of 10
Trail variety
Trail variety 9.2000 out of 10
Trail quality
Trail quality 9.2000 out of 10
Facilities
Facilities 8.2000 out of 10
Location
Location 9.0000 out of 10

"DH and FR"
Review by: smithjim2001 on 13 October 2008


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Trail Location

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Still is the woods between Long Ashton Golf course and Long Ashton village hall just north of the A370 South West of Bristol. Please park in the community centre car park at the bottom, walk through the park and along the track going up the hill. The woods are just below the 'CH' on that map and to the left of the blue golf flag.

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Last modified: 2018-03-25 15:47:56
Still Woods 4.5 out of 5 based on 5 ratings. 5 user reviews.

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