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Perth Hills Cycle Trails

The Perth Hills are a haven for cycling enthusiasts, offering an array of bike and mountain bike trails that cater to all levels of riders. 

The Perth Hills offers a range of cycling and bike trails, for both the leisure cyclist and mountain biker, where you can stop at a number of attractions and scenic lookouts along the way. The region is also home to the Munda Biddi Bike Trail - a world-class, nature-based, off-road and long-distance cycling experience which starts in Mundaring.

Munda Biddi Bike Trail

Distance: 582km to Manjimup
The Munda Biddi Trail is WA's premier long distance off-road cycling experience from Mundaring to Manjimup. The mountain bike trail uses a network of bush tracks, firebreaks and disused railway formations with sections suitable for cyclists of all ages and experience levels. The Sculpture Park in Mundaring forms the northern terminus of the Munda Biddi Trail. Find out more.

Lake Leschenaultia Mountain Bike Trail Network

Distance: 12kms
A new 12km mountain bike trail network is open at Lake Leschenaultia, including 9 trails spanning 540m to 1.9km and ranging in difficulty from basic to intermediate. Each bike trail has also been carefully designed to consider dieback mitigation, avoid native fauna habitats and to leave a minimal trail tread footprint. Find out more.

The Kep Track

Distance: 75km | Difficulty: Easy
The multi-use Kep Track uses the rail formation between Mundaring in the Perth Hills, to Northam, east of Perth. The trail can be used for a cycle or mountain bike adventure lasting several days. There are trail heads at Mundaring Weir and Northam, and multiple access points which means cyclists from any level are catered for. Mountain bike riders can park and ride from pretty much any town along the way. Find out more.

Railway Reserves Heritage Trail

Distance: 41km loop | Difficulty: Easy
Railway Reserves Heritage Trail follows the route of the old Eastern Railway and is unique in providing a 41 kilometre loop entirely on railway formations. The hybrid walk and bike trail can be done in short, half day-to-day sections or over the course of several days. The Eagle View Walk Trail, John Forest Heritage Trail, Munda Biddi Trail and Kep Track all link into Railway Reserves Heritage Trail. Find out more.

Four Trails Ride

Distance: 67km | Difficulty: Moderate
The Four Trails Ride is a 67km off-road mountain bike trail ride near Perth. It is made up of the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail, Kep Track, the Munda Biddi Trail and Mason and Bird trail. It starts in Midland and finishes on the Armadale train line at Maddington, so it is easy to use Perth's cycle friendly trains to get to and from your start point.

Mason and Bird Heritage Trail

Distance: 7km loop | Difficulty: Moderate
The Mason and Bird Heritage Trail follows the route of an 1870's tram way from Mason Mill to the Swan River. A fascinating bike ride that passes one of the earliest Mill sites in Perth, the oldest all-wooden bridge in Australia (still with wooden rails for the horse tramway) and the original source of Perth's drinking water. Find out more.

Kalamunda Railway Heritage Trail

Distance: 6.57km | Time: full day | Difficulty: Moderate
Looking for a short, easy bike trail for your non-riding partner or friends? Somewhere for the kids to have a ride? This 6 km long trail with a small friendly Hills village in the middle makes an ideal option. Find out more.

Kalamunda Mountain Bike Trails

The Kalamunda Mountain Bike Trails are some of the most popular in WA, with over 40 kilometres of full-signed single track. The bike trails range from easy which are suitable for all beginners and family rides to very difficult for advanced riders. Find out more.

Langford Park Mountain Bike Trails

Distance: 5km, 6km and 9km circuits | Difficulty: Moderate
Undulating mixture of pea gravel and hard packed soil fire roads and single track (predominantly single track). No torturous climbs nor supersonic descents. A purpose built XC circuit with some technical obstacles, switchbacks, some jumps and a see-saw! Find out more

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