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Drumkeeragh / Slieve Croob, Down

A small forest with a network of fireroads on the slopes of Slieve Croob. Rideable ponytrekking tracks at either end of the forest, otherwise mostly fire-road with limited but nice singletrack descent for about 500 meters.

Getting There

South West of Ballynahinch, Dromara.  Park outside the Forest on the SW edge, or on the West side of Slieve Croob.

Trail Description

Has not got anything specifically designed for mountainbiking, but there are singletrack ponytrekking tracks at either end of the forest (which can be seen on the map at 1:25,000).

One connects two fireroads, and the other (whilst unrideable to the top) is a nice singletrack back down for about 500 meters.

Slieve Croob itself is best accessed by the tarmac path on the West side. The Drumkeeragh side is soft heathery peat, and not rideable up, but is a fine technical challenge if you meet the path just below the saddle between Croob and Slievenisky.


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NOTE: The trails on this site have been ridden before, but you should not interpret their inclusion as an indication that mountain-biking is officially sanctioned on them. Seeking permission from landowners is your own responsibility, as is conducting yourself in a manner that is courteous, respectful to the environment, and conscious of the safety of others.