Track: Roych Clough
Roych Clough is a BOAT near Chinley & Edale in the Peak District, UK. This page is intended to provide information for mountain biking on the track.
Rating: Technical / Speed / Fun: | |
Height Descent / Distance: 90m / 0.75km
Surface: Dirt & gritstone; bedrock, slabs and loose rocks.
Roych Clough starts out quite fast and straight before a left corner into the main section, which descends more steeply, with a mix of stone slabs and bedrock. The last piece of bedrock has a fairly large drop with loose rocks on the left of the run-out and a smoother right line. The track turns back right, into another fast straight before a gate, then more straight with some drainage gulleys. Towards the end the sides of the track rise to form a gulley before the last 50m of steeper slabbed track before a ford across the stream to bottom.
Feel free to put any questions, your experiences of the track, or just anything that's relevant as a comment down the bottom.