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CYCLE TRAILS

Grab your bike and immerse yourself in the attractions and natural beauty of the Perth Hills…

An extensive network of cycle paths and trails offer challenging mountain biking and scenic wildflower rides.

NOTE:
Riding through the Perth Hills can be physically demanding. Some of these rides are aimed at cyclists who have experience riding relatively long distances over hilly terrain.

This trail route celebrates the previous railway track which combines trails suited for both walking and cycling. Visitors can experience the amazing flora and fauna of the Perth Hills.

The is a dual use trail for walkers and cyclist. Please ride slowly and share the space. Please obey these directions for everyone's safety and enjoyment.

Green = Easy | Blue = Medium

​The trail is currently divided into four sections, each based on having suitable parking access, thus being places where people will naturally start or finish a trail.

One of the most popular destinations in WA which covers over 40km of fully signed single-track.

 

This trails area is situated in both National and State Forest.

All trails are based on International Mountain Bike Association grading standards.

 

BLACK DIAMOND = Difficult | BLUE SQUARE = Intermediate | GREEN CIRCLE = Easy

 

There are four main parking areas located off Mundaring Weir Road:

  • Calamunda Camel Farm: Toilets and Bike Repair available

  • Farrell Grove: Toilets available

  • Black Stump

  • The Dell: Toilets available

 

Please obey these directions for everyone's safety and enjoyment.

Established in 2012, Trails WA is making it easier for people to find information on the trails available in WA. 

Cycle: Showcasing a range of cycling guides and maps covering most of the Perth region. 

Mountain Bike: Offering varying tracks and degrees of difficulty including details on the Munda Biddi Trail.

Destination Perth have put together a range of information showcasing a number of cycle attractions for both the leisure cyclist to the mountain biker.

Trail information provided on:

  • Munda Biddi Bike Trail: approx. distance 582km to Manjimup

  • The Kep Track: approx. distance 75km Mundaring to Northam

  • Railway Reserves Heritage Trail: approx. distance 41km - follows the old Eastern Railway

  • Four Trails Ride: approx. distance 67km - starting in Midland to Armadale

  • Mason and Bird Heritage Trail: approx. distance 7km - follows the 1870 Mason Mill tram way route

  • Kalamunda Railway Heritage Trail: approx. distance 6.5km from Walliston to Zig Zag Drive

Started in 2014, to help people discover, prepare and plan for off road bike rides in WA. With primary focus intially given to the Munda Biddi Trail, this has expanded to include other rides and information from various persons who cycle the trails.

Munda Biddi Trail is approximately a 1000km road cycling trail from Mundaring to Albany often using old rail trails/forms. This ride highlights much history and showcases natural beauty of our WA state.

Rock'n'Roll Mountain Bikes are set in the Paulls Valley region of Perth Hills.
There is a range of packages to suit all levels of riders and offer bike and helmet hire. 
Whatever your experience or fitness levels they have you covered.

Qualified mountain bike coaches are available.
 

Biking packages are available for Corporate Groups, Schools and Clubs.

Location: 361 Paulls Valley Rd, Paulls Valley (with the Calamunda Camel Farm).

Phone: 0410 949 182 / 0428 263 668

Bike Hire

Caution - Check before you leave!

Regardless of the time of year please check to ensure the area you want to experience and explore is safe to do so.
Summer: With high temperatures and dry fuels there is always the potential for fire
Autumn & Winter: Flooding, Fire or Smoke Warnings may be issued in various areas where controlled burns are being conducted.

DFES Emergency Website for any major burns / hazards / alerts


Be responsible and prepared when doing any walk / cycle - ensure you have appropriate clothing, footwear and water for the journey.
Although some trails are mapped, the environment and paths can change over time depending on conditions and time of year,  please ensure you stay alert to your surroundings.

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