Summary Of Our Routes
We have been operating since 1992 and the trails have been developing and improving over the years. Around 1995 the first good front suspension bikes came along and together with the man-made tracks being built in the U.K. the demand was increasing for lots more fun and technical single tracks - enduro riding was born. Since then we have found (and are still finding) dozens hard-to-find flowing and/or technical singletrack not marked on any map. These hunting trails, goat paths and access routes between villages, developed over centuries, are perfect for mountain biking.
We now have a large range of routes to suit all bikers from beginners to expert downhillers. Most of our routes will start the day using the bus(es) to gain altitude up to 1000m and finish around sea level to get more of that grin factor for less effort. Lots of our local trails are half-day trails which link up to give us a great choice for all abilities.Like skiing our routes will be colour coded as Green, Red and Black.
There are plenty of photos with each route, but also check out our videos.
Click on each box for detailed information of the route.
[Green Trails] - xc riding
Suitable for near beginners and families just looking for quality relaxing biking. These Routes are mainly on fireroads and dirt trails in scenic surroundings.
[Red Trails] - uplifted enduro riding
Most of our rides are aimed at this level of rider, lots of fun singletrack, some 20kms. long following ridge lines, others twisty-turny tracks through forests.
Roman Baths and Forest Hills new for 2016.
[Black Trails] - uplifted more technical enduro riding
These trails are only for the more experienced rider, some of the trails are Lift-assisted Enduro some DH only.
This is just a selection of our trails.
Whichever level you are,
we have some great routes for you.
WELCOME TO THE HIDDEN SPAIN.....
A TYPICAL DAY
Below is an example of an typical day out with Sierra MTB.....
9.00 Full breakfast
10.00 Load bikes in the bus to the start of the ride.
10.30 Morning ride
13.30 Lunch in a Spanish "venta"
16.00 Return from ride. Siesta, beach or pool
19.00 Drinks and tapas in the house
20.00 Spanish restaurant for dinner
22.00 Nightcap in a Bar
Sierra Free Bar
Spanish beer along with Spanish red, white, rose and Sparkling Cava house wines.
A wide selection of soft drinks - coke, orange, lemon, lime, sparkling water, mineral water, and a choice of fruit juices.
A large range of spirits to mix that perfect evening cocktail.
A range of pre-meal nibbles, peanuts, olives, cheeses etc.
And the best thing is that there is absolutely no charge for any of this.
Terra Trail blazers Blog - April 2017 An amusing blog on one groups holiday experience with us.