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Take nothing but memories, leave nothing but tyre tracks on trails and most of all have a good time

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Recommended links

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We recommend you bookmark these other websites and services that you may find useful whilst out and about in the North Wales area, from tourism to mountain biking information.

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www.mbwales.com

The clue's in the name. If you're into mountain biking and you fancy doing it in Wales, this is the website for you. Spectacular all-weather singletrack trail centres, downhill and free ride hotspots, wildback country riding in some of Britain's most spectacular scenery. it's all here, plus a huge database of quality places to stay.

www.clwydianrangeanddeevalleyaonb.org.uk

We admit it: the Clywydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a bit of a mouthful. But there's a lot to fit in. A dramatic chain of purple hills and limestone cliffs. Wild rugged mountains. Stunning medieval architecture. Two dynamic riverside towns. A World Heritage Site. And lots and lots of views.

www.northwalesborderlands.co.uk

The North Wales Borderlands is close enough to touch. It shares a border with Shropshire and Cheshire. It's within an hour's drive of Manchester and Liverpool and just 90 minutes from Birmingham. But this place where two cultures meet is delightfully different.

www.visitllandudno.org.uk

It's no mean feat to list all the things there are to do in Llandudno, Wales' largest seaside resort. Never mind the World Heritage Site of Conwy Castle, the famous gardens at Bodnant and the legendary golf courses. But this website gives it a go. And there's a video link so you can see it all for yourselves.

www.visitrhylandprestatyn.co.uk

Two famous seaside resorts with seven unbroken miles of sandy beach. And joined, as it happens, by National Cycle Route 5. So you could build a sandcastle in Prestatyn, cycle along the promenade and grab an ice cream in Rhyl.

www.visitwales.co.uk

We know you like to spend all day on your bike. And when the trails are this good, who can blame you? But everybody needs a rest. So climb out of the saddle and try something else for a change. A romantic weekend break, for example, or one of our big events or festivals.

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Welsh European Funding Office
Denbighshire County Council Conwy County Council