Llys-y-Frân Lake will reopen in late Spring* thanks to a £4m investment, backed with £1.7m of European Regional Development Funds. This website will also be replaced in early May with a brand new site designed to provide visitors with everything you'll need to know about the new attraction.
Perfect cycling conditions with over 14km of trails to explore. The gravel trails weave through woodland and along the water’s edge, with stunning views along the way. From the easy-going east-side to the wild western woods, Llys-y-Frân has bike trails to suit everyone.
MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS
There are 2.4km of additional sections to try that branch off and re-join the main Reservoir Route.
As you cycle anticlockwise around the main reservoir route you will come to 12 sections, ranging from easy to difficult. They’ve been designed to help you develop and challenge your ability and confidence. The sections are well sign posted so choose an adventure based on your appropriate skill level. We ask that cyclists please follow the trail in an anticlockwise direction.
BIKE HIRE AND REPAIR SHOP
Our bike hub is located at the activity centre. We have a variety of children’s and adult bikes, including e-bikes, tag-alongs and trailers for hire. If you have brought your own bike, we either have the tools for you to use or an in-house repair workshop and wash station to clean off the mud before your head home after your adventure.
SKILLS AREA AND PUMP TRACK
Our enclosed mountain bike skills area is designed for kids of all ages and adults to get active outdoors.
We have included a smooth tarmac pump track to help beginners master the skill of maintaining momentum without having to pedal.
It also has various jumps, bridges, and rock features to get the adrenaline pumping.
It has something for everyone from beginner to experienced rider. Whatever level you are at it is purpose built to help improve your skills and increase your confidence.
It’s a great place to start your cycling adventure to develop your bike handling skills. Give it a go before tackling one of the 12 blue and red trails that branch off from the main reservoir route.
*Date subject to Covid-regulations