Eryri National Park has extensive cycling opportunities for cyclists of all abilities.
Although Eryri is known for its miles of footpaths, the National Park also has a wide range of cycling opportunities.
The National Park is home to winding forest trails, stunning scenic roads and recreational routes for cyclists of all abilities.
The Mawddach Trail is a multi-use trail between Dolgellau and Barmouth. This is a popular route with families and walkers of all abilities.
Lôn Gwyrfai is a multi-use path between Rhyd Ddu and Beddgelert. The route is suitable for cyclists of all abilities.
Coed y Brenin was the first purpose-built mountain biking centre in Britain. It has many mountain biking trails for beginners, families and more experienced bikers.
Bedwen and Derwen bike trails in Beddgelert Forest are suitable for cyclists and families who are used to cycling. Lôn Gwyrfai passes through Beddgelert Forest.
There are two challenging mountain biking trails at Gwydir Forest Park—Gwydir Bach and Gwydir Mawr. Gwydir Forest Park is managed by Natural Resources Wales.