With three national parks across Wales there are endless places to explore on two wheels. In the north there's the 840-square-mile Snowdonia National Park, named after the highest mountain in England and Wales.
It'srocky, rugged landscape of deep valleys, steep slopes, lakes and rushing rivers make it a great place to do some mountain biking. In contrast, the mountains that fill the Brecon Beacons National Park in the south are smooth and grassy with wide, open spaces and big skies. In the west, The 225-square-mile Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is one of Europes finest stretches of coastal natural beauty and the scenery along this path makes it extremely popular with both walkers and cyclists.
Wales is particularly popular with those who seek thrilling cycle rides on mountain tracks. Spectacular all weather trail centres like Coed Y Brenin, Cwm Carn, Afan Forest Park, Coed Llandegla, Nant yr Arian and Gwydyr forest all offer the chance for you to explore the beauty of Wales whilst doing something you love. An annual report by the International Mountain Biking Association stated that Welsh Mountain Biking is amongst the best in the world, now all you have to do is go out and test the theory!
If a relaxing cycle ride is more your thing then you are in luck! There are four national cycle tracks in Wales ranging from challenging 250 mile rides to less strenuous 98 miles oftrails. Of course you can just do parts of the routes and enjoy the welsh countryside at a slower pace.
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