Tokavegas trailsBeginner - Intermediate
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Beginner - Intermediate
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Signposted as a 21km Mountain Bike loop.
From the mountain bike park entrance, enter the forest. The route initially climbs a bit. There are four 'peaks' in the run but they are relatively small, the run is undulating throughout and there are lots of twists and turns. If you have the route loaded on your watch it will be more straightforward to follow.
Features of interest
Beautiful forest, very peaceful, No big vistas, but nice flowing forest trails.
Make Up of Run
Untracked / Route only: 0%
Technical Single Track: 0%
Moderate Single Track: 30%
Easy Single Track: 50%
Farm Road / 4WD Track: 10%
Gravel Road: 10%
Sealed Road: 0%
The following trails overlap with this run to some degree. You may wish to combine them but please note that to qualify for FKTs on these runs you should record a separate Strava activity for each
From SH1, turn onto Mossop Road and enter the sports ground.
Plenty of parking at the sports ground. Dogs allowed on leash.
It's signposted as the 21km biking loop. There are lots of turns but if you have the route loaded on your watch it should be straightforward enough to follow.
Seam-sealed waterproof jacket, Windproof jacket, Whistle, First aid kit, Extra food for emergencies, Cellphone, Map.
No water access.
The trails seem to drain reasonably well. Trail shoes recommended for grip. There may occasionally be a fallen tree to climb over.
Post run indulgence
There's nothing at the mountain bike part itself so recommend bringing a hot flask and something yummy for afterwards.
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