Yr Afon (11km, Green)
Temtiwr (8.7km, Red)
MBR (18.4km, Black)
Y Ffowndri (Skills Area, Purple)
Minortaur (10km, Blue)
Aimed at newbies, the blue trail’s wide tracks can also be ridden by riders with disabilities on adaptive mountain bikes.
Cwflym Coch (10.8km, Red)
A tough climb ensures you gain plenty of elevation for the descent, which strings together some great fun and fast-flowing sections such as ‘Dream Time’ and ‘Uncle Fester’.
Dragon’s Back (31.1km, Red)
This long trail rewards your efforts with epic views of Snowdonia’s mountains and superb singletrack that eats up the distance with ease.
Tawr Du (20.2km, Black)
The original Coed y Brenin trail is still well worth a ride. It was recently updated with a new section of rock slabs and fly-offs.
Beast of Brenin (38.2km, Black)
As the name suggests, The Beast is a massive undertaking. Almost all on singletrack, it brings together the MBR and Dragon’s Back trails in one big challenge filled with rocky climbs and technical descents.
Who’s it good for?
Find out more about Coed y Brenin in our special feature: Has Coed y Brenin – Britain’s first ever trail centre – stood the test of time?