Ballinastoe Mountain Bike Trails

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Ballinastoe Wood, Ballinastoe, Roundwood, Co. Wicklow
Directions
If you don't have a car the best way to get to us is via the Glendalough Bus, your stop is "Ballinastoe Cross Roads". If you have a car, take Exit 8 Kilmacanouge off the N11, heading for Roundwood. After approx 7km you will see a sign for the Sally Gap and Biking.ie brown signs, simply follow those signs.
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Ballinastoe mountain bike trails can be found in the Wicklow Mountains, (45 minutes from the Dublin City centre). The trails here consist of a way marked loop. The trails head has good facilities (On Site Parking, Bike Wash, Café, Bike Rental, Shop, tuition and guiding etc)

Ballinastoe Trails

  • The trail is around 14km in length and the terrain varies from open heather moorland and woodland. There are 8 single-track sections full of flow.

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  • Opening Hours: 10am - 5pm Sat - Sun 10am - 4pm Mon - Fri: 10am - 5 pm Bank Holidays
  • The views are breathtaking (this is where they filmed Brave Heart, Excalibur, King Arthur etc)

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3.8
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4.0
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3.5
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3.5
Travelled down from NI - we live very near to trails at Rostrevor and Castlewellan. It was a great day but there's not an awful lot to drag us back down. Needs a bit of distinctiveness to attract more riders.

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Good Points
Spectacular views over the 'Guinness' lake - just off the marked trails. You would need to know this - the guy in the centre told us about it.
Good options on doing a few of the best segments by looping them and then moving on
First time I've seen a deer next to a trail which is amazing considering the noise I make!
Guys are VERY helpful down at trailhead - top fellas
Bad Points
Probably needs to add a few more interesting segments to draw in punters from far and wide.
Signage could be made simpler as navigation is a bit difficult with the territory looking very similar in parts. Perhaps some unique landmarks would help
Would you recommend?
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