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Blessingbourne Mountain Bike Trails and Pump Track

Blessingbourne Estate, Fivemiletown, County Tyrone, BT75 0QS
Blessingbourne Mountain Bike Trails and Pump Track

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The Blessingbourne Mountain Bike Trails, near Fivemiletown, lie in the heart of the Clogher Valley close to the border between counties Tyrone and Fermanagh. We have recently won the award for Best Mountain bike friendly accommodation for 2016 from MountbikeNI.

Packed full of technical trail features such as berms, table tops and rock drops, the trails at Blessingbourne cater for all ages and abilities and always provides a fun day out.

Afterwards call into 'Pinochos at Blessingbourne’, a dedicated coffee cabin at the trail head, where you enjoy the great coffee and refreshments, light lunches and divine homemade treats (open weekends and Bank Holidays).

Why not also check out the range of luxury Self-Catering Apartments on Blessingbourne Estate.

Blue Trail - 4km
This flowing blue trail is packed full of twists and turns with some exhilarating swoopy sections through the estate woodland.

It can be taken as fast or as slow as you like and so is suited to families/groups holding a range of abilities.

Red Trail - 8km
This exciting red trail is packed full of technical trail features including log rides, rock drops, table tops and berms.

Geared up with more experienced mountain bikers in mind, this trail boasts a number of more severe optional black features which will be sure to get your heart racing.

Pump Track
The Blessingbourne Pump Track is a short criss-crossing circular trail of rollers and berms where you use your weight distribution on the bike to flow over the features without having to use your pedals.

Purists might tackle this pump track without pedaling however it is generally used as a great place to fine tune techniques and line choices before heading out on the trails.

The trails have been created by the world class Phil Saxena from Architrail, course designer for the Beijing Olympics. We can offer skills courses and light refreshments for booked groups, bike hire is also available at £12 per person/half day, booking is essential.

Trails are open all day and available to night ride.

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