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Severe Weather Information

Coed Llandegla Forest is no stranger to severe weather conditions

Severe weather information

Coed Llandegla Forest is no stranger to severe weather conditions, particularly during winter months. During these times please take these precautions to make your visit safer and more enjoyable:

Contact us ahead of your visit or check our Facebook page for updates.

Consult the local weather forecast and follow any guidance regarding travelling.

Take care in the car park and on the access road – We have limited resources to remove snow and ice and you should expect to be driving on slippery surfaces immediately on leaving the main A525 road.

Follow directions on signs in the forest, or given by Oneplanet Adventure staff.

Wear suitable footwear and clothing.

Expect all trail surfaces to be slippery – we do not treat any of the trails around the centre or in the forest.

Ride mountain biking trails in accordance with your skill level, the conditions and the suitability of your equipment – conditions are likely to be slippery, especially where there is snow and ice.

Please note that in extreme weather, such as high winds or snow and ice, we may have to shut the visitor centre and car park due to the risk of injury to visitors or staff.

Please bear with us if, during periods of extreme weather, we need to take actions which could include closing the Visitor Centre and Car Park without warning. We only do this when visitor and staff safety are an issue, so please understand that although disruptive, we do not undertake such actions lightly.