In July 2012 a much anticipated Welsh mountain bike trail centre, Antur Stiniog, opened it’s doors. Set in the historical slate mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog it’s setting is unique to say the least.
In June we were lucky enough to stay at a lovely place called fforest in Wales. It was kind of a working holiday and our aim was to create a series of videos that captured the joy and energy of a perfect fforest holiday. This adventure is all about sea kayaking, exploration, sea cliffs, outdoor cooking, pink sunsets and campfires.
Here’e the film from our recent little adventure. Howies Coed-y-brenin Enduro MTB event. 60km or 30km of trail riding over a single lap course. The route itself was good with a mix of oldskool hike-a-bike and plenty of singletrack sweetness. Unfortunately you always have to go up to go down so there’s plenty of hill climbing thrown in. There’s plenty of refreshment options and changing facilities at the Coed-y-brenin centre on the day. There’s even a hot tub you can book for the end of your ride….impeccably organised and excellent fun. This is the link to the blog of the event I’ve already written up, it should give you more of an insight…. Howies Enduo blog post
It all started with this tweet…
It finished like this… Read more on Howies Coed-y-Brenin Enduro. It went up, then down, then up and up and up…….
I was shocked to find out recently that Paddy had never scrambled to the top of Tryfan in Snowdonia – not that I am exactly familiar with the route, having scaled it only once before as a teenager during a Duke of Ed trip. Anyway we were in Wales for a friends birthday weekend so six of us thought we would give it a go.