Rocks and roots


Davagh is in a remote feeling forest, down some narrow singletrack roads (if approaching form the East you will probably end up passing cars on some worryingly soft verges). The skiils loop is a great warm up, as is the shared red/blue trail at the start. There's then a long firefard climb to the start of the red descents. there's actually two parallel descents but it's not hard to work out how to ride up again and do the other one. Big Wig Jig is quite bumpy for the frist few sections - no real features but it's not a smooth surface. The Boundary Rock is a fun rock slab (easiest than its Scottish counterparts). Wolf's Hill is a bit smoother. The finish is back on shared red/blue trail with an option to do Golan - actually a fun trail if you avoid the terrifying looking muddy slab which you'll pass along the bottom of first - there is a chikcne line!

Rating: 2, "Worth a ride if you are in the area".
Added: 2016-05-01 , Last updated: 2016-05-01
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