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Tracks & Trails

Tracks & Trails

Coes Faen is just 500 metres from Snowdonia National Park; very handy if you fancy exploring some unfamiliar terrain in Britain’s top adventure destination. Serious legwork is rewarded with astonishing views from the summit of Cadair Idris. Or you can go down a gear and view it from the ground up on the Mawddach Trail cycle path. Have a go at the Mawddach Way; tackle it in short walks, or do it all in three days. Go off-road and explore the network of historic drover’s tracks, with handy access from the Coes Faen Estate. At Coed-y-Brenin there are no fewer than 140 kilometres of mountain biking and walking routes of all levels, from easy to epic. When playtime is over, head back to Coes Faen and step out of your kit, and into your spa. 

A member of staff will be happy to take any wet outdoor clothing and muddy boots to our drying room.

Forest Park Walks

There are a number of walks and trails within easy reach of Coes Faen. Coed y Brenin Forest Park is the perfect place for a walk. The hills and woodlands that make up the forest park cover an area of some 9000 acres around the valleys of the rivers Mawddach, Eden, Gain and Wen. There are a range of waymarked trails to cater for all tastes and fitness levels in the forest park.

The Forest Park includes world-class mountain bike trails, family walks, running trails, geocaching and orienteering routes.

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Outstanding Bike Trails

Just up the road is mountain bike Mecca, Coed-y-Brenin, home to an ever increasing network of fantastic handbuilt all weather singletrack including the 'Falseteeth' which incorporates the biggest feature in the forest, 'The Cavity' drop in and get spat out over the exit with as much style as you can muster! The technical roller coaster riding will have you grinning like a fool, with stunning mountain views of surrounding Snowdonia that'll take your breath away. The MinorTaur is a recent blue graded development which complements the established red and black rides. It's specially adapted features make Coed-y-Brenin Forest Park the first truly inclusive mountain bike destination in the United Kingdom.

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