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Peel Cycle Trails

Explore Peel's Waterways and Forests on a Cycle Trail.

Stretching from the white sands and blue waters of the coast to the rugged terrain of the Darling Scarp, the Peel region offers many opportunities for mountain-biking enthusiasts, particularly in the trailblazing adventure town of Dwellingup. Check out the great trails below.

Murray Valley Bike Trails

The Murray Valley Trails gives riders the opportunity to access previously unreachable views, to immerse them in the incredible natural surrounds and allow them to experience the best of the region through the adventure inspired, iconic trails here. The only thing left to discover is how you will make the most of this mountain biker’s haven. Start planning your trip to some of the most thrilling bike trails in Western Australia, in Dwellingup. Find out more.

The Marrinup Cycle Trail

Distance: 8km loop | Time: 1 - 2 hours | Difficulty: Easy
The family-friendly Marrinup Trail meanders through some of Australia's oldest rocks, and passes through native jarrah forest and redgum. The interesting 'Cage in the bush' POW camp is located a short distance from the trail. Starting from the old Marrinup townsite and varies from narrow, challenging tracks with flat sections and hill climbs to true gravel roads, with the ball bearing like bauxite gravel making things pretty interesting for mountain biking. Find out more.

Turner Hill Cycle Trail

Distance: 11km loop | Time: 2 hours | Difficulty: More Difficult
Turner Hill is a good fun, challenging mountain biking course with plenty of fast, flowing single track, some speedy descents and of course a long gruelling climb. There is also a sequence of log-overs, drops, doubles and jumps. The main loop can be shortened to a 4km by taking a turn-off a few kilometres in and then re-join the main loop toward the end (missing out the long climb). The trails are well sign posted. Find out more.

Waterous Trail

Distance: 61.3km loop | Difficulty: Moderate
This long distance off-road cycling trail - is a 61-kilometre loop that connects the Waroona Dam with the Munda Biddi Trail. The trail isn't prone to flooding, as the name suggests, but was proposed by the Shire of Waroona as Waterous was one of the original settlements in the area. The Waterous Trail connects Lake Navarino (Waroona Dam) with Nanga in the Lane Poole Reserve and the Munda Biddi Trail. Most of the Trail is relatively easy with some undulating sections around Sampson Brook and Zig Zag Road. Find out more.

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