World class trails surround Bryn Bettws, trails allow for all abilities of Mountain Bike Riders.
The Penhydd Trail
Combining Forest and Road Climbs this trail takes you through mixed woodland and open flowing single tracks.
The Wall Trail
Over 24km this is a single track loop affording glorious views of the vistas that is a challenging ride bring you within stone’s throwing distance of Valleys Vista Log cabins.
The White Level Trail
Another challenging 24kl ride, but with a 6km single sheep track climb followed by a mix of raxck drop, step sections, berms and cliff traverses.
The Skyline Trail
The big daddy of the trails with 46km challenges with over 2000m climbs and descents. Again you get the fantastic vista views and roller coaster descents with drop offs and steps….not for the faint hearted!!
Cycling in the South Wales Valleys
Afan Forest Park
The Afan Forest Park’s low level cycle routes, which run along the base of the Valley, are very popular. This is a great trail for the family with picnic and refreshment stops along the trail, which is 36km in total.
The Cwm Tawe Trail
The Cwm Tawe Cycle path forms part of the National Cycle Network Route 43, which takes you through the heart of the Swansea Valley from Trebanos to Ystalyfera. This riverside route starts in Trebanos and passes through the picturesque town of Pontardawe before heading north to Ystalyfera.
The Celtic Trail
The Celtic Trail is part of the National Cycle Network and one of its most leisurely and enjoyable sections. It takes you along the promenade at Aberavon with fantastic views across Swansea Bay.
The High Level
For something a little bit more adventurous try the High Level from the Rhondda Valley down into the beautiful Vale of Neath following the canal path from Tonna to Briton Ferry.