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Guided Biking:Mountain Bike Wales

  • Visit Wales Activity Tourism Accreditation

Guided Biking, £280

Nant yr Arian

Nant yr Arian

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Phill & Polly at Mountain Bike Wales live, work and play in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains of mid Wales. They have over 20 years guiding experience in both the UK and Europe, and their knowledge and experience of Wales will ensure you have a real mountain biking adventure across one of Britain's last remaining wild landscapes.

They're ideally situated to guide you across Wales along the Trans Cambrian Way (our speciality), explore the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons to the south, or the stunning Snowdonia National Park to the north. The Elan Valley is literally their backyard, and its large expanse of open land and excellent bridleways offer riders a true wild and remote adventure at every twist and turn along the trail.

The forest centres at Nant Yr Arian, Coed Y Brenin and the Dyfi Forest also have excellent trail heads and are a great day out if you don't want to look at a map. However just a pedal stroke away are a network of off piste single-track trails that offer the seasoned trail rider so much more.

All their weekends include great accommodation, food, guiding and transfers (Trans Cambrian Way) and give you a real flavour of mid Wales life along your adventure. So, visit their website at or give them a call for further details, or if it's just for local information to guide yourself around.

Accepts groups

Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)

Opening details

Guided mountain bike riding 365 days of the year.


The cost of the three days covers guiding, three nights bed and breakfast accommodation, transport of kit, two course evening meal on two nights, and return back to the start with bike and kit.

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3 Penrhallt Hall,
SY18 6LG



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Map reference: SN 933846  Lat: 52.44928 Long: -3.57092

By car: We are just outside Llanidloes, which is situated on the A470. Easy access from the north via Wrexham, Midlands via Shrewsbury and Cardiff and the valleys from the south.

By public transport: Trains daily at Caersws and National Express Coaches.

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 7 miles from Caersws station


  • Accepts groupsAccepts groups
  • Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)