Kielder Forest Mtb trails (Beginner friendly)

Off Road (Trail) Biking
Oct 19

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Event booking closes on Oct 17 at 10:00:00
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Easier grade Mtb trails that are very flowy and less technical

πŸ” around 15mi

πŸ“ Home to northern Europe's largest man-made lake and England's largest forest, Kielder is rugged mountain bike heaven. Come and experience some of the best single tracks in the UK with breathtaking views. (1h from Carlisle, 1h 10 min from Newcastle, 2h from Edinburgh)

🧭 We will be riding bridleways that are ideal for anyone wanting to try out mountain biking, or get back in the saddle. The uphills consist of easier singletracks, and the downhills will be very flowy. This means you can easily carry your speed without having to worry about too steep or rocky bits, that could be tricky to deal with.

🚲 Bike hire is available next to the starting point of the trail centre, pre-booking is advised

⛺️ By Kielder Castle is a campsite, as well as a pub and cafe. If you stay at the campsite, parking would be free. If you're looking for a B&B then why not stay at The Pheasant Inn. More accommodation options are available here. The closest supermarket is the Co-op in Bellingham, which is best visited on your way to Kielder.

πŸš— While there is no bus service to Kielder, many members would be happy to carshare. Please check out who's going and consider dropping them a message.


Want to make a weekend of it? Then clink on the links for further details:

Kielder Saturday Beginners (This event)

Kielder Sunday Medium


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