Review by: NoManNoRiver on 23 September 2017
A Bit of a Trek for Most but Well Worth a Visit
Fantastic and often overlooked trails in the Highlands.
Two Red routes are complemented by a Green, with Orange and a Black lines branching from the Red. The Red trails themselves are exceptional once you’re off the fire road climb.
The Green is a lovely, flow-y route that is doable on any bike with breaks; the final descent would be a little much on a balance bike.
Facilities include a car park, cafe and bike shop.
Review by: big_tex_uk on 13 January 2017
Challenging and fun
Handy and very cheap uplift. Red is very different to the black. Both challenging in their own ways. Very different from most trail centres. Always worth a visit if you are nearby.
Review by: juzbullet on 16 August 2012
Probably the most technically difficult Trail in Britain
If your looking for a Black graded trail then this is the true definition of Black. I took it on lightly after riding the red a few times and was I in for a shock!
Its a challenge a minute full on concentration technical trail that pushes you to the limit of your technical ability and keeps you there until the end.
If you think youve rode it all and need a challenge to test you skill then give this place a go.
Review by: trumplesneaker on 15 June 2010
Nothing to add to previous comments other than to confirm it is a beautiful and very difficult trail and I seriously recommend a full face helmet and arm/leg protection cos I've needed the lot everytime I've done it! Still yet to complete without an injury!
Review by: anolog on 27 March 2010
yes the carrot cake from the shop aint cheap but its amazing! as is the tatty scone n black pudding bap! go crazy!.. oh and the trail is ace, get some speed and u can fly for miles over the jumps n table tops, and the ride up is really good considering!!