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Fast parts, slow/fast technical parts, easy parts, lots of wet sections. All types of everything
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Trail Directions
Take the N25 outa Wexford to Barntown church or take the New Line road outa Wexford town to the forest entrance beside the Regal Lodge bar, if yer on yer bike head out the Clonard road til u see a trail
Trail Length
20
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
WEXFORD
   


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Review Date
July 15, 2002

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: Rory , from Wexford, Ireland

Summary:
There are all types of trails on the mountain, for all levels. There isnt much for real DHers or jumper types though, but there is Barntown quarry (abandoned), which will entertain you for a little while. There is a lot of short singletrack sections some of which are pretty technical. There is a very good long section of singletrack in the forest at Cools. The area is wet in parts all year round so be prepared to get a tad mucky at least. Its not easy to find some of the tracks, so keep your eyes peeled. Watch out for other trail users everywhere you go. If you follow the 3 rock trail you should get to ride a good few of the trails, though not the best ones. There are some fine views when the weather is good. Not an epic, but enjoyable and in parts quite challenging.

Recommended Route:
Once you get there you can take any route, the area has many short/medium length tracks, if u want to ride them all you will have to link them together by taking the roads. Do not use any maps to find the trails, I am not aware of any up to date maps, not even the O.S.maps.



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