Ski Run – The original downhill trail at the Forest of Dean and rideable in all weathers, the Ski Run drops in through big rocky and rooted sections with fade drops. Into a fast set of turns, a hip jump, the popular tabletop, berms and road gap.
Sheepskull – Super fast all the way. Through the top ‘bus stop’, then jumping into and out of a bombhole, over some roots onto the middle fire road. Flying on down from there, loads of challenging roots tempt you into braking, then anchors off into the final fast ‘motorway’ section.
Corkscrew – Fast and fun. Super fast, jumpy top section leads into a fast rooty bottom section, then swooping through a valley and over the finishing hip jump. Please note: The bottom hip jump has been reshaped and moved back from the fire road after a number of recent accidents - take it easy on your first run through! (ask Jake about how sore his ribs are)
Flatland – A separate top section, Flatland is ideal to lead into the bottom section of Sheepskull. Rooty corners darting past tree stumps lead into a sharp drop onto the middle fire road.
Endo – Endo darts down from the middle fire road level, through tight rooty switchbacks and into a fast open bottom section with a tabletop and a small stepdown drop. Ideal to use as a variation to the bottom of corkscrew.
Cougar Root – The Cougar Root delivers the Forest’s fair share of loam, with long, drifty corners and roots galore, this one’s a real test of skill with a load of fun thrown in too. A real challenge in the wet!
Corkscrew 2 – A jumpy alternative to Corkscrew’s top section, berms and jumps are in season here. Super fun and fast too, and a great one to session.
Mr Rooty – Still under reconstruction after the recent felling work, Mr Rooty sure lives up to the name. It’s still riding, but will be back to it’s total former glory soon, check here for the news.
The OC – Starting from the middle fireroad again, rooty corners currently lead into the bottom of Endo, due to the disruption from the felling. Again, check here for the latest news.