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Tollymore Mountain Bike Skills Course

Tollymore Mountain Bike Skills Course

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Tollymore National Outdoor Centre now has a purpose designed skills course, which has been designed to allow bikers to develop their biking skills on a wide range of features. The course was designed by well known trail designer, Dafydd Davies and was opened recently.

This skills course has approximately 1.5 km of singletrack trail, with a wide range of features, including rollers, berms, drop offs, table tops, rock sections, northshore and log rolls. The variety and size of the features ensures that there are plenty of opportunities for all bikers to develop their riding and concentrate on specific skills in a progressive manner. The skills course is available for use by groups and individuals and will become a popular facility for bikers in the area.

The Skills Course is open 7 days a week, year round, from 9.30 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. From May – September, it is also open on Tuesday – Friday evenings until 9.00p.m. – entry is £3 for adults and £2 for minors.

Tollymore National Outdoor Centre is Sport Northern Ireland’s National Outdoor Centre and provides a range of skills and leadership courses for groups and individuals.

Public roads: Off Public Road

Getting to the start: Tollymore National Outdoor Centre is located on the Hilltown Road just outside Bryansford.

Start Point:
J348331

Finish Point:
J348331

Distance:
1

Terrain:
1.5 km of singletrack trail, with a wide range of features, including rollers, berms, drop offs, table tops, rock sections, northshore and log rolls.

Point of interest:
Tollymore Forest Park

Facilities:
Tollymore National Outdoor Centre has toilets and a cafe.

Nearest town:
Bryansford

OS map:
29

Accessible toilet facilities:
Yes

Facilities

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  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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