Lagan Valley Intermediate Route
Building upon the more leisurely trails surrounding the Lagan Valley including Barnett's MTB Trails, there are numerous off road trails to test your mountain bike skills and abilities.
(17km – 34km; up to 400m ascent).
Belfast Hills Intermediate Route
Get to see Belfast from on high. Hone your climbing skills, strength and endurance, take you downhill skills to the limit and visit Belfast’s most popular outdoor venues. The hills around Belfast offer stunning views east across Belfast and Scrabo Tower to the east, south towards the Mourne mountains and north towards Slemish
(35km; c.600 – 800m ascent)
The Mournes Co Down Intermediate Route
Get to know one of Northern Irelands most famous landscapes, where the Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the Seas… Popular with walkers and mountain bikers alike, with kms of forest tracks, world class mountain bike trails at Rostrevor and Castlewellan, mega climbs revealing spectacular views across Carlingford Lough and the Cooley Mountains, and on towards the Dublin Mountains, throw in some exhilarating technical forest singletrack descents and you have a true mountain bike playground that can cater for all abilities.
(30km; 400m - 600m ascent)
The Cooley Mountains Co Louth Intermediate Route
Located on the southern side of Carlingford Lough this mountain range offers a perfect mirror image of the Mournes but with that little bit more of a rugged edge. Based within the historic village of Carlingford famous for its historic castle and its pints of Guiness and Oyster festival our trails will take you up into Carlingford Forest and beyond.
(30km; 400 – 600m ascent)