Dalbeattie Mountain Bike Trails

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Grin Factor
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Trail Variety
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Skills Development
Did it develop or push your skills and leave you with more to come back and learn
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All round fun
Overall rating 
 
4.7
Grin Factor 
 
5.0
Trail Variety 
 
4.5
Skills Development 
 
5.0
Trail Quality  
 
5.0
Facilities 
 
3.0

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Good Points
The blue is a great trail for beginners
The Red is a really great technical trail which will really progress your riding!
The Hardrock challenge which happens every October is a highlight
Bad Points
The facilities are almost nonexistent but don't let that put you off!
Although they do now have toilets and a hose for washing bikes!
Would you recommend?
Yes
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4.1
Grin Factor 
 
4.0
Trail Variety 
 
4.5
Skills Development 
 
5.0
Trail Quality  
 
4.0
Facilities 
 
2.0
A long and tough red trail that gives a lot of reasons to smile. Exciting and tricky descent push parts of this red trail close to black grade and there are certainly some very uncompromising optional black features here that I tend to look on in awe however I have ridden a few of the smaller black features which are great for pushing your confidence levels. In places the trails can be eroded quite badly while normally this just adds to the thrill in places it means that the trail is substantially harder going than when compared to Glentress red for example. The blue route is great for a beginner but while the step up from blue to red at Dalbeattie is quite sharp when aged 15 or so, still at a relatively beginner stage I was already looking to try at least bits of the red finding the blue a bit uninspiring. I highly recommend the Red route and there is also plenty of accommodation available nearby.

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Good Points
Fantastic skills and taster loops with some big features
Great lengthy trail packed with features
Bad Points
Literally no onsite facilties
Would you recommend?
Yes
LG
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