Kielder Forest Mtb trails (Medium difficulty)

Gravel & Off Road (Trail) Biking
Oct 15

9 people attending

16 places left

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Event booking closes on Oct 15 at 08:00:00
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A bit more technical trails, but they're completely rollable

🔁 around 21mi

📍 Kielder is rugged mountain bike heaven. Come and experience some of the best single tracks in the UK with breathtaking views. Home to northern Europe's largest man-made lake and England's largest forest

🧭 We will be riding off-road paths and bridleways that are aimed at intermediate riders. We will have to contend with technical uphills but be rewarded with speedy descents, through mystical forests and wonderful moorland landscapes.

⚫️ We will offer the group a split to do a more challenging section towards the end of the ride, for those that want to push their boundaries a little bit. (Full face helmet required.)

⛺️ By Kielder castle is a campsite, along with a small 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.

🚲 Bike hire is available from the main car park at Kielder Castle, pre-booking is advised


⏭ This ride is part of a series, why not join the other rides:

  1. Kielder Saturday Beginners
  2. Kielder Sunday Medium (This event)

🚴‍♂️ Want to do more rides? See the Mtb/Off-Road calendar

🌈 New to mountain biking? Read our full guide on gay mountain biking groups

📣 From the area? Join the Mountain Bikers up North WhatsApp group


IMPORTANT! - Participation Statement

You MUST complete the Cycling Participation Statement in addition to booking your event space before attending a cycling event.

Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms, even if they are extremely mild, or who has recently tested positive for Covid-19, is asked not to attend.


Photo Credits: Taken by Mark and Henry. OutdoorLads have permission to use these photos.