Europe destinations for mountain biking

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Europe is filled with excellent locations that are ideal for mountain biking. It’s no wonder why Europe is the number one choice for many mountain bikers. There are so many places to choose from that are suitable for both beginners and experts.

Lake Garda

Italy is another location in Europe where there are plenty of great areas for mountain biking. One of the most popular choices is the Lake Garda. The lake is surrounded by steep trails that are perfect for mountain bikers who are seeking for a challenging and thrilling adventure. Magnificent views also surround the trail.

Morzine

Morzine is located in the Alps, and it offers a vast range of trails for mountain bikers. The trails also lead to different places with beautiful sceneries. Due to a large number of trail options, this makes the area a flexible path for all levels of bikers from beginner to pros. The Alps is also built with ski lifts all around which will be useful for bikers who wish to hop on to different places.

The Marina Alta Mountains

The Marina Mountains is situated in Spain which is another popular place for mountain bikers. The Marina Mountain is specifically located in the South of Valencia. The mountain is known for its old style tracks which were previously used by traders and are now used as a trail for mountain bikers. The mountains are most suitable for experienced bikers only due to the trails are very steep and rocky.

Le Tour Chamonix

The mountain trails in Le Tour Chamonix are only open to mountain bikers from July and August. The mountain is filled with a single trail all around. The trail is relatively long, and bikers will require a map to navigate their way around. The trail is surrounded by breathtaking scenery of the valley.

3 amazing public places to ride a bike in the UK

Cycling is not only an excellent way to shed off some pounds and keep our bodies healthy, but riding a bicycle also allows us to go to the best places with minimal cost and more heartfelt, breathtaking experiences, literally.

For any enthusiast, whether pro or not, as long as there is land and the right type of gear and bikes, cycling can be anywhere. As long as you know how to balance your single-track vehicle, the location should not be a problem.

However, if you’re also after the view and the landscape, then you may have to go a little farther from home. If you happen to be in the UK, your problem will not lie on where to go. Rather it would be an issue of where to go first.

When in the United Kingdom, there are a lot of areas to go cycling. Imagine choosing among four countries, with each nation having various bike rides to exhibit. Here are my top three personal favorites.

3 Lake District National Park

If the crowd doesn’t upset you much, Lake District is a must-go. The scene is perfect to be enjoyed while riding your bike. If it does, then go biking along the northern and western lakes.

If you haven’t been here before, let me give you a heads up. There’ll be slopes and passes making your bike ride an adventure. If you have enough guts, try the Hardknott and Wrynose passes, between Eskdale and Langdale. For a more action-packed adventure, try going back and forth. There are other areas to explore if you still have time, energy, and air.

2 The Yorkshire Dales

If you want to experience the first stage of 2014 Tour de France yourself, go to this area of standout scenery. Professional riders come to the Dales to train for their competitions, with its quiet roads and landscape.

History and science come your way as you drive along the Dales. See limestone formations, moorlands, and historical villages nearby. Whether you prefer a smooth ride or a challenging bike adventure, you’ll find the perfect spot at the Dales.

1 Moidart and Glencoe

In Scotland, you’ll find Moidart as a remote area 20 miles west of Fort William while Glencoe arguably the most romantic or cinematic Glen in the area, more than ten miles below Fort William.

The 80-mile long Glenuig Loop stretches from Fort William to Moidart, where you can take the Coran ferry to Ardgour. On your return, you’ll pass ‘Road to the Isles’ road, where you move along Ben Nevis, Britain’s tallest mountain, elevated at least 1300m from its base.

These are just three places where you can go cycling around the UK. If these places are far from where you are and traveling will be an issue. Don’t fret. There is always a nearby place where you can go biking while enjoying the scenery.

Better yet, while you haven’t found the place to be, start outside your home and explore.…