The Barnett Demesne Trails consist of a shared use 3.4km green trail and an 3.9km blue trail with 3 red loop options (1.5km)
With Ireland's first official purpose-built jumps park boasting no less than 6 lines of mouth-watering table-tops, doubles and hip jumps, these trails tick all the right boxes!
The trails start from the Mary Peters Track in South Belfast.
|Nearest Town||Belfast||OS Map||15|
|Route Type||Forest||Route Shape||Circular|
|AONB||Other Area||Grid Ref (Start)||J330708|
|Public Roads||Off Public Road||Grid Ref (End)||J330708|
The 3.4km green trail (1.7km each way) linear mountain biking and walking trail accessible from the trailhead and Shaw’s Bridge Car Park. The trail itself runs parallel to the meandering River Lagan and is wide with gentle inclines, making it ideal for young families and those giving mountain biking a go for the very first time.
This blue trail consists of tight, winding singletrack perfect for beginners with a bit more confidence right through to experienced riders.
There are three red options off the main blue trail which boast a number of more technical trail features including elevated boardwalk, log rides, berms, rock gardens, rollers and drops.
The Jumps Park has been designed to suit mountain bikers searching for that all important adrenaline fix! With six lines of tempting jumps, berms and booters, this is the place to catch air for the very first time or flip and whip your way to X Games Gold!
This route has accessible toilet facilities.
Barnett Demesne Mountain Bike Trail Card.
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