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Moors Valley, New Forest
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Anyone been to the Moors Valley (New Forest) Country Park?

There's a few trails there including a single-track and also a few scenic family routes.  I've been round the family route with my boy on his seat but now I'm looking at going again and wondering if I can take him on the 'singletrack' with his 'tag-along' bike? Obviously, I don't want to do any jumps or hardcore stuff but he does love the fast following tracks around the local woods.

Has anyone been there recently on the single-track and is suitable for a 'tag-along'?


Cheers.
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#2
Vermont Forest just around the corner is better riding. Moors Valley is pretty much wide open fire track. The New Forest is generally pretty restricted where you can ride
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#3
I dont think theres much in the way of ST anywhere in the New Forest, as Lagging mentioned, most are nice wide fireroads - but very scenic.

Ive been north of there a couple of times, cycling with the missus, its been fine for "novices"
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#4
Sorry that should of said Verwood Forest, (it was stupid early when I typed it)..... its about 10 minute drive from Moors Valley
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#5
Cheers for that.  I guess with my son in in his tagalong, I shall have to just rejoin the Novices once again.

Their website is pretty good and to answer my original question - they say No, not suitable for tagalongs.

There seems to be a section for 'experienced' riders with drop offs, beams north shores and all that jazz so perhaps it might be ok (without young child).
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