Garw Valley Mountain Bike Trails

Railway Terrace, Blaengarw CF32 8AT, United Kingdom

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Mountain Bike Blue and Black Trails in the Garw Valley, opened January 2013.
15 minute drive north off the M4 Motorway (junction 36) between Cwmcarn and Afan Argoed. 15 mile drive from the Afan Valley.Trails set off from Parc Calon Lan which has free parking and a visitor centre.

Glengarw Trail. A 3km Blue graded trail with singletrack and a swooping final descent with fantastic berms.

Gellideg Trail. A 3.2km Black graded trail. Begins by riding the first section of ‘Blue’ trail to connect with this ‘black’ trail. A killer climb to test even the fittest, then you will be rewarded with one of the best and most varied descents around. Dropping through berms, steep bombholes and over technical rock features through a stunning natural quarry. Enough to keep you on the edge!.
Link both trails together to form a 6km loop and extended descent.

Postcode for Sat Nav’s…. CF32 8AT

Follow the brown signs for Parc Calon Lan pretty much at the top of the Garw Valley…

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