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Mountain Bike Trails in the Clwyd Range of mountains in Denbighshire North Wales:

New! Click here for Mountain Bike Trails in Denbighshire WalesDenbighshire County Council have mapped out a number of excellent trails in the Clwyd Hills to the East of the county, and around Llyn Brenig to the West. There are trails to suit all standards of mountain biking in Denbighshire North Wales.
Find links to the trail descriptions and Maps on the county Map below. The historic town of Ruthin is an ideal base for a mountain bike holiday in North Wales being close to the Clwydian Range of mountains (more rolling hills than mountains). There are a good selection of hotels and an even better choice of pubs in the town...More >
You will find a full list of accommodation with an instant online reservation facility at the bottom of the page >.

Along the Sea Front Trail :

To the North of the county there is the option of cycling the relatively flat North Wales Along the Sea Front trail. This trail starts in Brickfields Pond, Rhyl, continues along the seafront on the  coastal cycle way to the town of Prestatyn. From Prestatyn the route heads inland on the Prestatyn – Dyserth Way cycle route and then on along the A547 to the outskirts of Rhuddlan from where it returns to Rhyl. The course can be described as a very easy mountain bike trail, being approximately 22Km , (14 miles), and taking about 2.5hrs. Indeed the majority of the route is an easy bicycle route, there being only a small amount of climb in the area around Dyserth and Meliden. Although most of this route uses cycle ways there are some points which require riding on roads which can be quite congested at times and care must be taken.
Travel further south in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd and we come to the "proper" Mountain Bike Trails, which when combined with the historic market town of Ruthin make the ideal location for a mountain bike holiday.

Llyn Brenig Mountain Bike Trails :

To the south west of the county, high above the Vale on the Denbigh Moors are the Llyn Brenig Trails. There are two trails, one, Around The Lake, is an easy route that allows you to circumnavigate Llyn (Lake) Brenig, a large man made reservoir. Click here for a map of Llyn Brenig > The other Trail "Up to the Lake" taking you through Clocaenog Forest and again around Llyn Brenig is a more difficult trail of approximately 42km, (26miles) and you will need to allow about 4hrs for completion.

Clwyd Hills Mountain Bike Trails :

To the south east of the county are the Clwyd Range of Mountains. It is an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) with magnificent scenery, small villages, rolling hills and many miles of quiet trails. Most of the trails are based in the hills between the towns of Ruthin and Mold, and there is a large variety of trails from which to choose. Please click on the Map to receive full information, and to check out the trails classed from very easy to very difficult.

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Mountain Bike map of Denbighshire.
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Mountain Bike Trails
Main Roads
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Mountain Bike Map of Denbighshire. Move the cursor over the attractions and towns Prestatyn Rhyl Bodelwyddan HolyWell Ruthin Mold Click to view Around the Lake Trail Click to view the Sea front Trail Click for the Coed Nercwys Trail Click to view the Over the Top Trail Click to view the Arthur 2 Times Trail Click for the Village Tour Trail Click to view the Up to the Lake Trail Click for information on Llyn Brenig Click to view the Killer Loop Trail Click to view the Almost the Delyn Trail Click to view the Loop de Loop Trail Click to jump to Conwy Valley Page Maeshafen Flint Corwen Hotels, Dee Valley town, home to Owain Glyndwr Llangollen accommodation, Steam Railway Engines, White water sports, Canal Trips and International Eisteddfod Chester is one of the finest heritage cities in the world with the most complete City Walls in Britain and great treasures spanning 2000 years. Receive the latest news and a medieval welcome from the Chester Town Criers by visiting The Cross, where the four main streets of the Roman fortress still intersect, this has been the site of public proclamations since medieval times, and remains so today. Explore Chester on foot following the new Millennium Trail around 40 of Chester's historic sites. Chester is able to boast the one and only two-tier Rows galleries; Britain's largest Roman amphitheatre; Britain's oldest horse races; the World's oldest rowing regatta and the World's most photographed clock after Big Ben. Llanrwst accommodation, riverside Market Town, resting place for the Coffin of Llewelyn the Great, in the heart of the beautiful Conwy Valley Maenan accommodation in the Conwy Valley on the site of the original Maenan Abbey Rowen accommodation, pleasant village in Conwy Valley, ancient burial chambers nearby Betws y Coed accommodation, popular mountain resort for climbers, walkers, mountain bikers and day trippers to the National Park Jump to Map of  Conwy County Conwy, the mediaeval walled town and Castle of Conwy is a World Heritage Site. Magnificent Edwardian Castle probably the best in Europe! St Asaph accommodation, riverside market town with an ancient Cathedral Deganwy, magnificent views  of the Conwy Estuary, and new Marina Llandudno Colwyn Bay Accommodation in Abergele, a pleasant market town by the seaside Pentrefoelas hotels, gateway to the Snowdonia National Park on the Ireland Ferry Route Bala hotels, Lakeside market town in the Welsh heartlands, White Water Rafting, water sports on Llyn Tegid Click for Bala Lake Click for  Llyn Celyn Buckley Northop Hall Village Northop Bylchau Jump to Map of  Powys Jump to Map of  Gwynedd - Snowdonia Click to view Moel Famau Loop Click for Cilcain Short Trail

For a holiday in Denbighshire North Wales choose from this list of holiday cottage accommodation in Ruthin Denbighshire and vicinity. Please note the properties listed are not specifically offering Mountain Bike holidays.
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