The Dalbeattie mountain bike trails are in Dumfries and Galloway in Scotland and are part of the 7stanes network. At
At Dalbeattie, there are three trails. A red with black sections a blue and a green
Dalbeattie is infamous for its rock and granite slabs. It isn't famous for height but it is more than thrilling riding the stone.
Ironnhash Green Trail
- 11.5km of predominately easy forest road riding with a little singletrack to give a taste to mountain biking.
Moyle hill Blue Trail
- 14km with more climbing. It steps it up a gear and gives a good introduction to the Dalbeattie rock.
Hardrock Red Trail (with Black sections)
- 25km Rougher and rockier surface for technical riding. Over 65% singletrack. The granite is all weather and of course ensures the trail has endearing resilience to erosion. Holds well in the wet. Classic singletrack with gnarly short rock descents and numerous slabs to ride. Black sections known throughout the MTB community as "The Slab" with its steep angle, the Terrible Twins" and the "Volunteer ridge"
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