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Mountain Biking:Trans Cambrian Way

Mountain Biking

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The Trans Cambrian Way is a long distance mountain bike route that snakes its way through the heart of mid Wales, and climbs over the oldest mountain range in Europe, the Cambrian Mountains.

It's 108 Miles in length (approx 175km) and takes in around 13,000ft of climbing, Starting in Knighton on the border of England and Wales, finishing at Dyfi Junction just south of Machynlleth.

Most groups like to take three days to cover the distance, but with both challenging terrain and the 'occasional' rain shower (we know, it's Wales!) can often make the days a little harder.

So it's really nice to roll up at a B&B, put a clean change of clothes on, and have a well earned rest and a drink at the end of a long days ride.

Cycle Route: Knighton - Dyfi Junction

Duration: 3 days

Miles: 108

Address

Knighton - Dyfi Junction,
LD7

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Map reference: SO 290724  Lat: 52.34515 Long: -3.04253

The Trans Cambrian Way is a 108 mile ( 175 kn) long distance mountain bike route that snakes its way through the heart of mid Wales, and climbs over the oldest mountain range in Europe, the Cambrian Mountains.