There are so many other great places to vist, and excting actvities and attractions near to the Yamaha Off Road Experience. Ideal if you have friends or family members coming with you, and not riding, and wanting something else to do whilst you are out on the bikes all day, or if you plan on having few days in the area. We have listed some of these below, if you want any further advice on where to go/what to do, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
There are a number of beautiful beaches within an hour’s driving including:
Llanidloes is a perfect base for any cyclist as the area has something to offer cyclists of all ages and abilities, with some great road and off road rides that offer spectacular views of forests, mountains and lakes.
The Llanidloes town website details several road based routes from short excursions to day-long rides.
There are a number of Mountain Bike Trail centres within an hour’s drive.
Moutainbike Wales offers some great guided Mountain Bike tours, using their local knowledge giving you access to the best trails around.
Bike Hire is available at the following shops:
Llani Bikes in Llanidloes
Clive Powell Cycles in Rhayader
Elan Valley Visitor Centre, there is some great cycling in this area including a child/family friendly route
Great fly fihsing just a couple of miles over the hill at Llyn Clywedog.
The rally school is set within an authentic 900 acre Welsh forest, so provides the full forest rally driving experience, either as part of a group, on a corporate day out, or having an exclusive one-to-one session.
Whether you want to experience thrilling rally driving days for the first time, or top up your knowledge and time in the driving seat, the Forest Rally Experience has a rally driving experience to suit your needs.
Bradnant Equestrian Centre is just 2 miles outside Llanidloes
Rheidol Riding Centre is situated in the middle of the picturesque Rheidol Valley,4 miles from the town of Aberystwyth.
Llanidloes is at the heart of the ancient medieval kingdom of Arwystli; the first town on the River Severn and an ideal spot to take a break; be it for just a couple of days, a week, or a fortnight. But be warned, the place is dangerously addictive. You might never want to leave. There are shops, pubs, cafes. restaurants, walks, historic buildings and much more to see. Expect are warm welcome as the local people are a friendly bunch. There is a small market every Saturday morning on the main street. Check out the town website for further details.
The Mid Wales Arts Centre features a large Gallery, and a Sculpture Park. As well as exhibitions and workshops. Courses are run by professional artists in a supportive and friendly environment. It is approximately 8 miles from Llanidloes, just outside the village of Caersws.
Whilst Llanidloes and the surrounding small towns offer a variety of smaller and generally independent shops, if you are looking to find the major high stores you will need to travel 40 minutes to Aberystwyth or an hour to Shrewsbury for a wider selection.
Rock Spa – Metropole Hotel Llandrindod Wells
Lion Quays – Nr Oswestry
Wynstay Hotel & Spa – Oswestry
There are over thirty separate routes around the town which are clearly way-marked and signposted. They link Llanidloes with the smaller surrounding villages of Llangurig, Llandinam and Trefeglwys and range from just a few miles to a good day’s walk. The national trails of Glyndwr’s Way and the Severn Way also pass through Llanidloes; fantastic opportunities to enjoy the countryside.
There is a way marked walk to the Source of the River Severn taking you high up into the Cambrian Mountains onto Plynlimon the highest mountain in Mid Wales, starting only a few miles away from the YORE base.