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image for Cycle Route item typeCycle Trails at Radnor Forest (NRW)

Cycle Route, free entry

Radnor Forest

Radnor Forest

Radnor Forest

Details

Cycling is a great way to discover the hidden beauty of the Radnor Forest, on the Wales / England border.

Exciting off road cycle routes at Radnor Forest include two main trails: the 5-mile (8km), "Easy" grade Rhiw Pool Trail and the 10-mile (16km) "Moderate to Strenuous" Black Mixen Trail.

Location: Trails start from Fishpools Car Park, on the A488 outside Bleddfa

Access: Fishpools Car Park, Bleddfa

The wooded areas of Radnor Forest are managed by Natural Resources Wales and offer waymarked walks from three car parks (Warren Wood, Fishpools and Nash Wood) as well as numerous public rights of way. Please note: Sometimes we need to close or divert trails for your safety whilst we undertake maintenance work or forest operations. Occasionally we may have to close a site in extreme weather, such as high winds or snow and ice due to the risk of injury to visitors or staff. Please always follow any instructions onsite and make sure you follow any temporary diversion signs in place.

Prices

Free entry

Contact

Offas Dyke Centre

01547 528753

Address

Nr Presteigne,
Powys,
UK

Location

Directions

Plan route to Radnor Forest  (NRW) using Google mapsPlan route using Google maps

Map reference: SO 185582  Lat: 52.21648 Long: -3.19397

From the New Radnor direction, look out, after a mile, for a brown advance warning sign for parking and information on your right. Turn here and go through the first parking area and follow the forest road uphill for Warren Wood car park.

Fishpools car park is off the A488, approximately seven miles west of Knighton.

The OS grid ref is SO 188 683

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 0 miles from Knighton station

Facilities

The wooded areas of Radnor Forest are managed by Natural Resources Wales and offer waymarked walks from three car parks (Warren Wood, Fishpools and Nash Wood) as well as numerous public rights of way. Please note: Sometimes we need to close or divert trails for your safety whilst we undertake maintenance work or forest operations. Occasionally we may have to close a site in extreme weather, such as high winds or snow and ice due to the risk of injury to visitors or staff. Please always follow any instructions onsite and make sure you follow any temporary diversion signs in place.