Review by: thomoi on 6 May 2018
Lovely flowing track with a good surface. Due to forestry work at the time i wasn't able to do the normal trail and some signs where missing. but a lovely trail will be back again.
Review by: jamesshortman on 21 August 2017
Rad local spot!
Would be amazing to have a greater variety of trails here to ride
Review by: [email protected] on 14 December 2016
Always prefer Cwmcarn to BP Wales. More natural, less busy, after rebuild great top section with jumps and berms good for sessions. What I like most is once you get to the top you just fly down.
Review by: Forbez on 21 May 2011
Really enjoyed it, Awesome scenery! Going Back!!
I rode the Black trail for the first time on thursday. I turned up with a rigid bike.
I found the trail upwards hard, and had to stop to rest a few times. (but i havent ridden a bike for a long time, and i'm abit overweight and unfit)
We rode the black trail, and really enjoyed it, despite the fact that i had the rigid bike.
I cant wait to go back this week again, but this time with the full susp.
Not looking forward to the ride back up, but its worth the ride down!!
Hopefully over a few weeks i'll increase my fitness, and hpefully the ride up wont be so bad!
Only had one off, which was a soft one! Apart from the christmas tree!!
Review by: edwynoe on 20 April 2011
Some of the best singletrack in the UK!
The loop starts with a long, demanding, technical assent with rewarding views from the top of the trail. Before the descent begins... It starts with some black freeride jumps and berms, which moisten the taste buds. Then the trail turns red again and it's downhill all the way the end, with some absolutely amazing singletrack, that is just as good (or even better) than some of the bigger trail centres like the 7stanes or Dalby. Then you can relax with a drink and a slice of cake while deciding whether to attempt the servers downhill run, which looms over the car park and visitors centre