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Davagh Forest Green Trail

Cookstown, Co Tyrone
Davagh Forest Green Trail

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This gentle trail is suited to young families and those trying out mountain biking for the first time.

Starting on wide forest roads, the green trail is the perfect way to get to know your mountain bike and get a feel for riding off-road trails in a forest environment.

The second half of this easy going trail winds through woodland before crossing Davagh Water and following the meandering river back to the trailhead.

Please note, walkers are permitted to use this trail in the opposite direction to mountain bikers.

Public roads: Off Public Road

Getting to the start: Located approximately 50 miles from Belfast, Davagh Forest is signposted off the A505 Cookstown to Omagh Road at Dunnamore. If travelling from Draperstown, take the B47 through the village of Straw before bearing left on the Sixtowns Road. Turn left on the Davagh Road signed East Sperrins Scenic Route and after 3 miles the trailhead will be on your left hand side. TRAILHEAD POSTCODE: BT79 8JH

Start Point:
H694862

Finish Point:
H694862

Distance:
1.9

Terrain:
Wide forest paths and narrow single track with technical trail features.

Facilities:
Located approximately 50 miles from Belfast, Davagh Forest is signposted off the A505 Cookstown to Omagh Road at Dunnamore. If travelling from Draperstown, take the B47 through the village of Straw before bearing left on the Sixtowns Road. Turn left on the Davagh Road signed East Sperrins Scenic Route and after 3 miles the trailhead will be on your left hand side. TRAILHEAD POSTCODE: BT79 8JH

Publication:
Davagh Forest Mountain Bike Trail Card. Order from http://www.mountainbikeni.com/trail-cards/

Publication availability:
In stock

Nearest town:
Cookstown

OS map:
Sheet 13

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