Woodbury Common contains a massive amount of of trails from "Sunday Riders in cycle shorts" to "Full Face, Full Sus, Full pants".
Pick your adventure, it can take days!
hazards include: Horses, Deer, Marines, Live ammunition, Water courses, Slippery bridges, Loose surfaces, Ramblers.
You can literally (and most likely) get proper lost up there.
The trials connect with a nice sections of DH (great water run off so mostly dry) kickers and drops as you discover sections of the forest.
You can Start at the Viking Fortess (big fun "though discouraged' jumps) work East past the marine training range (quickly) then South East and to the bridge (planks).
Once there head up to the forest. kicker, burms, drops await. some nice open tracks too.
If that ain't enough keep heading South West (of Yettington) and you may find Pines Ridge (see the trial in South West trail section)
Take sandwiches, a lighter and Ray Mears
Woodbury Common is located to the East of Exeter, just beyond the village of Woodbury. Click here for a map. To get to Woodbury, leave the M5 at the services junction (30) and take the road towards Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton (B3059). Follow signs for Woodbury. When you get to Woodbury, go straight through the village and carry on up the hill, still towards Budleigh. Carry on up the hill until you reach the crossroads at the top (2 miles). Woodbury Common is now directly in front of you.
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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