Family Trail (17.5km, Green)
Verderers’ Trail (11km, Blue)
Packed with switchback climbs and beautiful berms, and with and exciting final descent, the Verderers’ may be ‘just a blue’ but it’s great fun whatever level you are. Beginners can enjoy the flow and hone some skills while experts can push their limits.
Freeminer Trail (11km, Red)
This trail is really varied, with tight singletrack and tricky climbs, drops and berms. The newest section contains some natural-feeling rooty singletrack, where line choice is critical. The Dean Trail Volunteers work super-hard to ensure that all the trails are kept in good shape, so help them out with some elbow grease or a donation when you can.
DH Tracks (Orange)
There are seven marked runs in total, all of which take a couple of minutes to get down. They range from the berms and drops of GBU to the twisty goodness of Mr Rooty and Corkscrew. The slick uplift service operated by FlyUp Downhill offers a quick turnaround, or you can push up if you prefer.
Who’s it good for?
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