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sherwood pines

Uploaded by Peter Macklin on Jul 21, 2012
Region: United Kingdom

Route type: Other
Total climb: 1,105.64 ft
Distance: 21.25km, 13.21 miles.   (9)

About trip

The Kitchener Trail now offers a waymarked red graded route around this very popular forest but there are plenty of other trails in the forest. The map below gives an idea of some (but not all) of the trails available. If you have the technology you can also download and follow a sample GPS route below. However don't be afraid to explore - the forest is not as big as it first seems and it is fairly easy to get your bearings once you pop out on to a fire road. Trails also come and go with forestry operations. Everything is suitable for all year round riding but some sections of the forest (especially the most popular ones!) do get boggy when it is wet. The sandy soil and trees mean the trails usually dry out fast though. There is also a growing "bike park" area which contains jumps, drops and some North Shore. Additional facilities near the main car park also include a bike shop and cafe. Trail development is still ongoing.

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