🚴♀️ 17 miles / 27 km
🌄 200′ / 60 m
🥪 Bring a packed lunch, cafe on return
This is a leisurely, flat, mainly off-road cycle along a cycle path through one of Wales’ largest lowland wetlands; home to many rare plants, animals and birds, and tracks through Newborough forest- where we may see red squirrels or here the cawing of the ravens as we cycle towards the sea.
We walk across the beach to arrive at Ynys Llanddwyn Island. Named after the patron Saint of Welsh lovers, this is an enchanting small island. You can explore the island or enjoy its beaches before cycling back.
The home-made food in the café on our return is a well-deserved reward for your 17 miles of cycling, even if you didn’t meet or conquer any big hills!
If bringing your own bike, please note that road tyres are not suitable for the forest tracks, so bring your gravel, hybrid or mountain bike, and leave your racer at home! Please also note that we lock and leave our bikes, as they are prohibited on the island.
(Subject to our event licence application to Naatural Resources Wales.)Book online now!