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The Freeminer Trail
Nestled on the southern border of England and Wales, it's an MTB playground

The Freeminer Trail is a red-graded loop  11km in length that mixes and matches traditional hardpacked trail centre singletrack with more natural feeling sections with plenty of exposed dirt and roots. It's a fun and flowing trail that offers a little bit of everything, whether that's tricky switchback climbs to steep and twisty berms. That said, it does have a few tricky sections - especially in the wet - so underestimate it at your peril.

There's a recently built new extension that bumps up the distance a little, with some nice natural singletrack that'll keep you on your toes with roots and drops aplenty.

The Forest of Dean

New Road
Gloucestershire, England GL16 7EH
United Kingdom

Trails at this centre

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Jon Woodhouse

Jon was previously the editor here at off.road.cc. Whether it's big days out on the gravel bike or hurtling down technical singletracks, if it's got two wheels and can be ridden on dirt, then he's into it. He's previously been technical editor at BikeRadar.com, editor at What Mountain Bike Magazine and also web editor at Singletrackworld.co.uk. Yes, he's been around the houses.

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