Devil’s Punch Bowl Mountain Bike Trails

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Devil’s Punch Bowl Mountain Bike Trails
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  • Type: Natural Trails
  • Grades: Ungraded
  • Riding: Cross Country, Downhill
  • Facilities: Pay and Display, Toilets, Visitor-Centre, Cafe
  • Distance(s): 5-10km, 11-20km, 21-30km, 31km
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  • Country: England
  • County: Surrey
  • Website: Devil’s Punch Bowl Mountain Bike Trails
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Callum Reynolds:
Avg 3.96
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Great natural descents

- Rough, rocky wild horse tracks (mainly descents) are linked together by fire roads for climbs. - best in dry weather when it can be fast and pretty brutal on both bike and body due to the roots and rocks. - the downhill tracks are steep and gnarly but quite short and end disappointingly quickly - excellent facilities with a national trust run cafe and good toilets and parking.

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Bad points:

- lots of walkers - can get busy in summer (when its best to go)

Would you recommend?

*Yes*

Date written:

16/10//2017 - over 6 years ago

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stumpy_dan:
Avg 4.46
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Gnarly steep and fun

Had an awesome ride at Devils Punch Bowl today. Lots of fun descents that are gnarly, can get quite steep, the occasional (breath holding) shute down on top also. There is a massive expanse of trails with a myriad of options. It can get quite technical and the ups can be steep. I did quite a lot of pushing up but was worth it for the gnarly descents. Natural feel but a few carved sections and a really neat downhill area. I rode some of my best technical riding here in many years and it pushed my game forward so I will be making this a regular. Go with a mate or a gps. Otherwise will be hard to navigate.

Good points:

- lots of variety - steeps gnarly rooty sections - neat dh runs too

Bad points:

- go early in the day as car park can get quite busy - as you park at the top the final leg is a long climb up (very worth it).

Would you recommend?

*Yes*

Date written:

29/08//2016 - over 7 years ago

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