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Coed Y Brenin
Situated just ten minutes North are the world renowned Coed Y Brenin Trails, or you could decide to cycle the Sustrans route which runs right outside our front door, and pick the trails up in forest.
With varying lengths and graded trails, there is something for everyone. The infamous Beast of Coed Y Brenin, 40km of leg burning climbs to swooping descents make this a challenging ride for the experienced mountainbiker.
Or the MBR, Dragonsback, no less challenging but shorter in distance, then the more gentler trails, there really is something for everyone... and with the new "Challenge your Boundaries" disabled tracks, including specially adapted bikes, Coed Y Brenin really is the UK leader, if not the world, in developing trails for everyone.
Further Afield
Bikers Retreat is ideally situated for other purpose built venues in North Wales

The Climachx Trail, with the longest descent  to finish in Wales, is twenty minutes south in the Dovey Forest. The Mach 1, Mach 2, Mach 3, trails are a bit further south, then you have Nant Y Arian, very similar to Coed Y Brenin, with it's waymarked trails and visitor centre about an hour away.

To the North, we have two trails at Penmachno and the Marin Trail in the Gwydyr Forest at Betws Y Coed, again an hour North.

To the East are the new trails at the Llandegla Forest ... why not make a few days of it and do a few trails while you are here.