The Cambrian Mountains are famous for their challenging hills and breathtaking descents. The highlights of this tour are an unrelenting climb up the Devil’s Staircase, featured in the Milk Race in the 1970s and 1980s; and an alpine-style ascent through the Cymystwyth valley to the Elan Valley reservoirs.
You'll be rewarded by spectacular views across a rugged mountain landscape, with our rides following traffic-free routes through remote river valleys and mountain passes. If you're looking for a road cycling challenge in a spectacular natural environment, this is the tour for you.
Your base is the market town of Tregaron at the foot of the Cambrian Mountains. You’ll be staying in a cosy, country inn renowned for its friendly welcome. You can look forward to excellent locally-sourced food, a bustling bar to relax in after your rides, and a comfortable bed for a good night's sleep.
Please note: all bookings are done through our partners Cambria Tours Ltd.