Free sessions for the community
Open access session dates and times vary to accommodate the needs of the groups we work with but generally we’re open to the public on Friday, Sunday and Monday from 09:00 to 19:30 (within daylight hours). We find that trail use after heavy rainfall causes considerable wear and tear to the trails so sometimes we have to pause public access.
We’ll regularly post any changes to these times on our Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/EnduraLifecycleTrust and website https://enduralifecycletrust.org/product/public-access/ so please check before you travel.
The parking system uses RingGo’s cashless parking app and our location code is 24790. Download the app before you arrive – https://ringgo.co.uk/. Parking costs £2.50 for 3 hours, all of which goes back into trail maintenance.
If you’ve enjoyed your visit and would like to support the work of Endura Lifecycle Trust then you can make a donation here. All funds go directly back into trail maintenance and providing sessions for groups and charities. – https://enduralifecycletrust.org/donate/
Please ensure that you bring your own mountain bike that is in good working order, appropriate clothing and a helmet.
CV19 As before, we’ll be following government guidance closely and hopefully conditions will continue to improve and we can get back to running the trails normally.
There are a few common sense rules to follow when visiting:
** If you are showing any symptoms of Covid-19, or if anyone in your household is self-isolating, then please do not visit the trails.
** Follow the latest government guidance on group sizes and number of households.
** Ride responsibly and within your ability – make sure your bike is in good condition and always wear a helmet. We strongly recommend riders wear full fingers gloves and suitable eyewear too.
** Children must be supervised at all times.
** Carry tools and spares so you are self-sufficient.
** Maintain 2m social distancing at all times.
** The picnic benches are out of use but The Soup Dragon Café at Tir na Nog across the road is now open for food and drinks.