In our visitor centre you’ll find all you need to make the most of the Park, including trail maps and information on our range of guided walks, talks and events throughout the year.
The Park boasts three waymarked trails for walkers to explore: the Bwllfa Trail is a shorter tarmacked route suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs; the Cae Mawr Trail goes off the beaten track, uphill on countryside paths; while the Penrhiwllech Trail goes around Tarren y Bwllfa and climbs high to the plateau over rough terrain.
The Gravity Family Bike Park also resides here, where all members of the family can enjoy activities such as mountain biking and trying out the pump tracks. Don’t have a bike of your own? No worries, bikes of all sizes are available to hire on-site. All of the tracks are free to use and there’s an uplift service available for a small charge, to take you and your bike up to the top of the trail. The Bike Park also features events throughout the year including bike training courses and guided rides.
Other things to see and do include:
Proudly funded by Welsh Government as part of Valleys Regional Park, the brand-new Gravity Bike Park, pump tracks and fresh play area is a great addition to Dare Valley Country Park. With over 500 acres of Country Park at discover, there’s something for everyone. Parking is free so why not visit to bike, walk, play and explore.
What you can expect to find at Dare Valley Country Park