How long are the trails at Sherwood Pines?

The 6-mile loop starts and finishes on the family cycle trail but provides the chance to experience off road trails and to progress skills and fitness levels. It is unsurfaced an may be rough and uneven in places. Suitable for mountain bikes only.

How long is the red route at Sherwood Pines?

13km long
What it may lack in elevation, it keeps you flowing with berms and rollers with a nice mix of rocks and roots that give the trail its red grading. At 13km long, it is fast and a challenge to ride at differing times of the year and is a great introduction to riding single track for riders wanting to progress.

How long is the blue route at Sherwood Pines?

6 miles
At 6 miles long the Blue graded Adventure Cycle route is ideal for the intermediate rider, whilst it is not as difficult as the Red graded Kitchener trail, there are features on the trail that are typical of road cycling or mountain biking.

How far is Sherwood Pines Green trail?

The Green route at Sherwood Pines is suitable for all abilities. However it does have some short but easy ups and downs. Surface is generally very good, but not suitable for full on road bikes. The Green route at Sherwood Pines is suitable for all abilities….Price: Free.

Length: 3.36 miles
Difficulty: Easy

Is Sherwood Forest the same as Sherwood Pines?

The forest was part of ancient Sherwood Forest, originally called Clipstone Heath it was replanted with pine trees by Forestry England and renamed Sherwood Pines.

How long is the green cycle route at Sherwood Pines?

3 mile
The Family Cycle route is a 3 mile circular route that starts close to the Visitor Centre and loops through the forest on the extensive all-weather network.

Can you get into Sherwood Pines from Center Parcs?

over a year ago. Yes you can! I did it, enjoyed the ParkRun. It was about 3 miles from the centre of CP to the centre of Sherwood Pines.

What is the postcode for Sherwood Pines?

NG21 9JL
Address: Sherwood Pines Forest Park, Old Clipstone, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG21 9JL.

Can you cycle in Sherwood Forest?

Sherwood is criss-crossed with a series of well-managed bridleways that cyclists can use. It’s a great way to explore the forest, but you will be sharing the routes with walkers, riders, wheelchair users, families, dogs…so please ride with care and consideration.

Is Sherwood Pines open during lockdown?

We look forward to welcoming visitors back to Sherwood Pines without legal restrictions. Please remember to take personal responsibility for your health and hygiene and respect others if they wish to continue with some safety measures, such as wearing a mask or social distancing.

Do you have to pay to go to Sherwood Pines?

​​​​​Sherwood Pines is open daily from 8am to dusk, admission is free although there is a car parking charge of £3 for one hour, £5 for 2 hours or £8 for the full day.

Can you cycle at Sherwood Forest?

Sherwood Forest is a great place for cycling – bike routes and network maps, easy trails for beginners – long routes for the adventurous. Clumber Park, with its cycle hire, is ideal for families wanting safe off-road cycling with easy gradients.

How many bike trails are there at Sherwood Pines?

There are five different cycling and mountain bike trails at Sherwood Pines incorporating different difficulty levels to suit different levels of experience. Click on the PDF on the right hand side of the page to download the map for the cycle trails at Sherwood Pines.

Why choose Sherwood Pines for natural cycling?

Whether you’ve just bought your first bike, or you’re searching for your next challenge in the bike park, Sherwood Pines offers a fantastic opportunity for natural cycling.

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