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Kalamunda Mountain Bike Trails


At a Glance

Status: Unknown
Firetrail:
5 for 14km (20%)
Single Track - Enclosed:
38 for 54km (80%)
4.25
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The biggest and busiest trail network in WA is just 40 minutes from Perth and has something for everyone. Over 44km of signposted singletrack winds through jarrah forest with trails for beginners, lots of intermediate trails, all the way through to advanced black diamond freeride trails and the shuttle-able trails at Mt Gunjin.

Meeting Point: 

There are 4 car parks in the trail network:

Calamunnda Camel Farm
A safe place to leave your car and the largest car park in the are. The mountain bike friendly cafe also does camel rides. The food here is great and the scones and camel toe biscuits are highly recommended. They also carry a few bike spares should you forget/break anything.

Farrell Grove
Large DPaW managed car park off of Mundaring Weir Rd. There are lots of picnic tables and some toilets here. Great place to park if you want to ride the trails around Scorpion or Gunjin, especially if the Dell is full.

Black Stump car park
A good place to park at the western end of the trails network, next to the excellent pump track. There is a trailhead map and noticeboard. Cross Mundaring Weir Rd to the north side and pick up the trail from here. After 50m you will have a choice of the longer, harder Blue rated "Slippery When Dry" trail or the easier Green rated trail.

The Dell
One of the busiest and smaller car parks. It has great trail access, toilets and several picnic areas in beautiful bush surroundings.

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Full Description: 

The biggest and busiest trail network in WA has something for everyone. There is heaps of technical and flow blue trail, a growing green (beginner) network and several black diamond trails.

Ride the original Kalamunda Circuit from the Camel Farm, shuttle the Dirt Art built contempory Mt Gunjin or try out the Black Diamond freeride Luvin Shovels; and that still leaves the wooden berms of Scorpion. Over 44km of signposted singletrack in total.

The trails have been constructed and are maintained by volunteers from the Kalamunda Mountain Bike Collective. Check out their website for the latest news and to download a free trail map. Please consider joining them (fee by donation) to help support the fantastic work that they do.

http://www.kalamundacollective.com.au/

This video from local riders, the Red Patrol Mob, gives a taste of the XC trails in the are:


http://youtu.be/pT67TMkXgVI

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Facilities/Points of Interest
Camel Farm car park

There's parking right by the trail head at Camel Farm.

Farrell Grove car park

There's parking off the road in a shady area at Farrell Grove with direct access to the 'Up Up And Away' trail.

Pump track car park

There's a car park right next to the pump track on Mundaring Weir Road.

The Dell car park

There's parking at The Dell on a dirt road.

Camel Farm toilets

There's toilets at Camel Farm.

Farrell Grove toilets

There are toilets by the Farrell Grove parking.

The Dell toilets

There are toilets by The Dell parking area.

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