Another trail: Healey Nab Post author:Rafe Post published:November 9, 2010 Post category:Trail Guide Post comments:2 Comments Healey Nab is a volunteer build trail near Chorley in Lancashire. Google map of Healey Nab MTB trails route. They’ve got a website, facebook group and photos on Flickr. Also see review of Kielder, Hamsterley and Gisburn. Tags: black, chorley, healey knab, lancashire, red, trail This Post Has 2 Comments Pete 9 Nov 2010 Chris and I went to Healey Nab for part of our MIAS instructor course in early Nov 2010. It’s not very big but a lot of fun, nice mix of techy and flowy – everything we saw was rollable, but having been built by Rowan Sorrell (who built the Cwmcarn DH), you can imagine how some bits would be quite extreme at speed! There’s loads of good riding on the other side of the reservoirs in Lever Park and on Rivington hill. If you’re going that direction, get in touch and we’ll try to point you in the right direction. Lever Park Info Centre is MTB friendly. Stephen 30 May 2012 healey nab is local to me, excellent for better riders, several unexpected things, black trail is nice and technical, not advisory for new people, red trail is great fun, love unexpected drops on it, they wake me up a bit, like pete says, rivington hill is great fun, worth the ride there, winter hill is amazing for DH/XC also well worth the ride, wear a helmet on these, probably would be dead without mine. Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.