The Pen y Gwely Reservoir mountain bike route takes in the Ceiriog Valley, Llangollen and the Berwyns in North Wales. It is graded Easy and is 12.6 miles long.
It starts in the car park by the community centre in Glyn Ceiriog, a village in the Ceiriog Valley in North Wales. Although it's an easy ride it does start with a big climb out of the valley but it is on tarmac. Once at the top the route retains its altitude, staying on the undulating trails across the hill tops until the final big descent back into the Ceiriog Valley. It's definitely worth the effort of the first climb.
GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Pen y Gwely Reservoir
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|Min Elevation||167 m|
|Max Elevation||440 m|
|Total Elevation Gain||1165 m|
|Total Elevation Loss||1169 m|
|Max Speed||59.28 mile/hr|
|Average Speed||0 mile/hr|
|Total Distance||12.63 Miles|
|Total Time||30d 16h 12m 55s|
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