Mountain Biking in Edmundbyers
15 miles from Edmundbyers, Hamsterley Forest offers something for everyone. Riders of all abilities are encouraged, whether you want a leisurely ride out with the kids, or a full-on downhill experience, you’ll find it here.
Open 24 hours.
Other things to do nearby
This fortress has stunning views over the Tees Gorge. Don't miss the sensory garden of scented plants and tactile objects.
Beamish is a world famous open air museum, telling the story of life in North East England in Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian times.
The greatest collections of European Fine and Decorative Arts in the North of England - a great day out for all of the family.
A fantastic base for walks, the centre provides information and displays on the landscape, wildlife and people of Upper Teesdale.
We're just off the Coast to Coast cycle Route. The area offers miles of country lanes and off road routes through the wilds of County Durham.
The hostel is close to the Coast to Coast cycling route. Local roads offer great cycling for all abilities for anyone who wants to enjoy stunning views over the North Pennines landscape.
Discover this Norman castle’s fascinating past before taking a peaceful stroll round the secluded Cockpit Garden.
The Pennine Way in on the hostel's doorstep, with two of the best stretches of the route in the area up to High Cup Nick.
Hire a bike at Hamsterley Forest and explore the graded trails including serious levels of descent and lovely family routes through the tranquil woods.
Kingsway Adventure Centre, six miles away, offers guided tuition in a range of outdoor activities.
Four acres of garden full of surprises with winding paths, borders, organic vegetables and fell views - a truly magical place. Visit the website
The Derwent Valley, one of the Durham Dales, is sometimes overlooked, Visit the man-made lake - lovely for sailing and fishing.
Killhope is a fully restored nineteenth century lead mine, where you can experience for yourself the life and work of the lead mining families of the Pennine dales.
Follow the 7.7 mile Edmundbyers Lead Mining Trail through the Burnhope Valley. Explore the moorland and delightful river valleys of County Durham.
The 1000 acre, three-mile long reservoir offers a safe and fun way to learn water sports. The boundary between Northumberland and Durham runs right through the middle of the lake.