The trails at BPW are all fairly short (no more than a few minutes long) and designed so you can link two or three together to get down the hill. Here are some of our favourites…
Badgers Run (1km, Green)
This is the easiest trail at BPW. It’s smooth and flowing, making it great for newcomers.
Sixtapod (2.2km, Blue)
A trail for riders of any ability, Sixtapod is packed with jumps, rollers and berms.
Terry’s Belly (4.6km, Blue)
Added in 2015, this is said to be the longest continuous MTB descent in the UK. Ideal for beginners and a blast when ridden fast.
Vicious Valley (1.2km, Red)
This tight, fast red trail has been surfaced to roll fast and ride great in all weathers. There are plenty of roots and a road gap too.
HotStepper (1.6km, Red)
HotStepper runs down next to Terry’s Belly and is an awesome mix of techy rocks, roots and pumpy flow.
50 Shades of Black (1.8km, Black)
BPW’s toughest DH trail is packed with sizable drops and rock slabs. One for experts only. DH bike recommended.
Who’s it good for?
Find out all you need to know about the seven new trails at Bike Park Wales (includes video)