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Mundabiddi Trail

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5 for 383km (100%)
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The Mundabiddi Trail is the longest Mountain Bike trail of it's type in the world with Perth at one end and Albany at the other. Total distance is over 1000km.

The trail generally winds through forest, avoiding populated areas.

Specially built camping huts are placed along the route.

Meeting Point: 

Meet at trail heads as required.

Full Description: 

The Mundabiddi's claim to be the worlds longest mountain bike route is seated in the fact that while there may be longer routes in absolute terms, Mudabiddi is the longest continuous off-road trail with purpose built huts along the way.

Other long distance trails such as the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route contain many sealed sections, which Mundabiddi does not.

The Mundabiddi Trail is split into the following sections:

  • Mundaring to Jarrahdale - 103km
  • Jarrahdale to Nanga - 95.37km
  • Nanga to Collie - 134.78km
  • Collie to Jarrahwood - 139.1km
  • Jarrahwood to Nannup (Sidings Rail Trail) - 26km
  • Jarrahwood to Manjimup - 110.7km
  • Manjimup to Pemberton to Northcliffe - 128k
  • Northcliffe to Walpole - 130km
  • Walpole to Denmark - 154km
  • Denmark to Albany - 74.8km

Each section usually has 2 or 3 campsites along the route so riders can split them up into more manageable sections.

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Past & Future Ride Meetings Here
Title When
Munda Biddi Challenge 3 years 25 weeks ago

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