Trail 51281 A
The terrain is granite dirt track. The main track forms an arc up and down the mountain. This arc makes a nice little hill climb you can go up one side and down the other a few times if you like cross country type stuff. You can also pick up a good speed down the coastal side as it is long and heavily inclined. It is also about 2m wide for the most part, although it does get overgrown in the summer. If you prefer tight single track then enter the forest and head away from the coast. You will find a small trail in there. lots of chicanes, twists and turns. At the bottom of this you will find yourself back on the main trail. So you can do a loop. If you want to wander around for a bit of a spin, then you can head for the summit. Head south from and follow the trails upwards. The summit offers great views of local mountains. The terrain up to the summit is wide open dirt track and gravel, which narrows to single track up near the top.
Enter the forest and you will find some great stretches of single track twisting and turning around the trees. This is a great training ground if you are interested in racing.
The descent north takes you down the back of the hill where there is a great downhill section. If you like large drop offs then this is the spot for you. Loose gravel cascades down the mountain, providing rugged MTB heaven.
Trail 51281 B
This is a densely forested area is perfect for the Downhill fans. The terrain here is fantastic, steeply inclined, rocky and lots of trees to wind your way around. there is a couple of trails in the woods. One in particular brings you down to the roadside. This trail really is great fun. Enter the forest from the car park and follow the trail to the left hand side. At the top of this trail there is a T-junction if you go straight over some rocks, the DH trail begins. When you get to the bottom, turn right for the return loop and continue up the hill, It will bring you back up to the car park. There are other walking trails there too marked out and sign posted.