Are you up for the challenge?
That feeling of freedom, fun and exhilaration you get from mountain biking in Pembrokeshire is hard to beat, whatever your age or ability.
Pembrokeshire has hundreds of miles of accessible off-road riding on bridleways, trails and forest tracks, just pick up a map and plot your adventure.
If you’re new to off-roading, try a guided mountain bike ride that will take you on a journey of discovery away from the crowds and roads to areas of natural beauty that are often overlooked. Or how about a gentle ride around Canaston Woods with its purpose built trails through ancient woodland, or a challenging 536 metre climb to the highest point in the Preseli Mountains with stunning panoramic views of Pembrokeshire and it's National Park coastline?
Group rides, whether for a family, novice or advanced rider, can be tailored to your needs to provide just the right level of challenge for your experience and ability. With Mountain Bike Leadership Award trained guides, you will receive the skills training that will give you confidence to get the most from your off-road riding. Go on, give it go!
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When the kids are full of fun family bike rides are a great way to see the countryside and burn off some excess energy.
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Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.