Trails for users of adaptive equipment

What you need to know

Some of our trails are suitable for people using adaptive equipment.

Adaptive equipment includes adaptive cycles, adaptive wheelchairs and mobility scooters.

We have produced a series of films to help you work out how suitable some of these trails may be for you before you visit.

Each film is narrated by a disabled person as they negotiate the route using their own equipment.

It shows the trail surface, uphill and downhill gradients and elevation and where you may need help on certain sections.

Please note that the inclusion of a trail in one of these films does not imply that it is accessible for all disabled visitors.

Afan Forest Park Visitor Centre, near Port Talbot

Rookie Trail

  • Grade: Green (Easy)
  • Distance: 5.8 kilometres (with optional additional 2.4 kilometre blue-graded loop)

Blue Scar Trail

  • Grade: Blue (Moderate)
  • Distance: 7.1 kilometres

Find out more about visiting Afan Forest Park

Beddgelert Forest, Snowdonia National Park

Derwen Bike Trail

  • Grade: Forest road or similar surfaces
  • Distance: 10.1 kilometres

Find out more about visiting Beddgelert Forest

Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre, near Dolgellau

MinorTaur

  • Grade: Blue (Moderate)
  • Distance: 13 kilometres (made up of four loops which get progressively more challenging)

Find out more about visiting Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre

Newborough Forest, Anglesey

Bikequest Nature Challenge (from Beach car park)

  • Grade: Forest road or similar surfaces
  • Distance: 7.8 kilometres

Corsica Bike Trail (from Beach car park)

  • Grade: Forest road or similar surfaces
  • Distance: 9.9 kilometres

Find out more about visiting Newborough National Nature Reserve and Forest

Other trails for users of adaptive equipment

We hope to produce films about our other trails suitable for users of adaptive equipment in the future.

These films were produced for us by Experience Community.

Experience Community is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company that provides information about leisure activities for disabled people. 

To watch similar films about trails all over Britain go to the Experience Community website.

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