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"Hidden Valley" at Coolah

N.B. The "Hidden Valley" trail is on private property & the current agreement with the landowner is that it will only be used on the "Hidden Valley Classic" race day. Unfortunately, the area is frequently used (without consent) by hunters with high powered rifles, crossbows, pig dogs etc. & at this point in time it is considered too dangerous for general trail ridng. Any unauthorised use by mountain bikers could jeopardise the current arrangement.


Think of this as The Oaks big brother. Longer, steeper, rougher, tougher climb at the end, harder to get to. Up to the reader to decide if these things make for a better ride.

Back Yamma State Forest

For such an isolated place, word is there's some great single track riding in here.

Bald Hill, Geurie

Geurie Bald Hill Reserve - Great flowy single track adjacent to Geurie village.

Bathurst Bike Park

Bathurst Bike Park, off Colledge Rd

Blackheath Rocks

At 1,065m Blackheath is the highest village along the great western highway (Bell is the only village with in the BMCC area that is higher). There are several options for rides in the area, this description is for the two out and back firetrail rides named Hanging Rock and Anvil Rock - in the one place here as they are so close and similar.

Cripple Creek

A network of fire trails that spans from Blaxland to Yellow Rock. Great for a short rides. Best for linking the Lower Blue Mountains to create some epic rides.

Faulconbridge Point

A pretty gentle out and back (13.4km return from the gate), a good ride for beginners with a great view at the end.

Hassans Walls

Can be done as a looped ride or shuttles. With about 13 single tracks winding their way off the escaprment the area is reasonably contained. Trails generally follow the ridge lines starting flattish with short sections of steeper more technical sections towards the bottom.

Kanangra-Boyd National Park

Loads of fantastic fire trail in the wilderness. Nothing too technical and no particularly steep hills from what I know.

Kinross State Forest

Kinross State Forest is one of NSW mountain bikings best kept secrets. The mountain biking trails include over 20km's of purpose built singletrack through lush pine forest and over varied terrain.

The area offers a large percentage of singletrack suited to riders of all abilities, with a good combination of easy flowing smooth sections teamed with some more technical short and sharp hills, fast descents and some fun surprises thrown in along the way.

Knapsack Reserve

A variety of tracks with a mix of firetrail and technical single track. Currently a bit of a maze which allows for creating your own loop.

Also includes a legal DH Track.

Lake Canobolas Mountain Bike Park

4km cross country loop with pump track and skills track. All up, over 6km of single track which is well maintained with some new flowing sections.

In a great location opposite the touristy Lake Canobolas.

Lake Parramatta Reserve

A short loop can be had in the reserve here.

Lake Woodford

Lake Woodford's surrounds have recently been opened to riders and walkers, meaning we can now access a bunch more firetrail in the mid mountains. Note: There is no legal access to the dam - no swimming!

Lidsdale State Forest

***Important update***

All the pine in the area is being logged. This means that traditions venue on the north side of the highway is no longer viable.

South side trails in the hardwood areas are still good and we are working on a new venue over near Rydal.

I'll post updated descriptions as it develops

Sweet loop through dense pine forest. CTMTB Club run XC races here and have done an outstanding job with track work. There's also miles more fire trail South of the highway if sniggle isn't your thing?

Linden Ridge

Your Basic Fire Trail dropping 120m in elevation over 7kms with your pinch climbs here and there.

Mount Banks

Easy/fun/short-ish fire trail ride with great views.

Mount Canobolas Area

This is a large area of forest with a lot of fire and management trails that are great to explore. It also has some big hills.

Mount Hay

You can only get so close but you want to get closer and touch it as the view is amazing. Unfortunately NO BIKES past the end of Mt Hay Rd. If you want to get closer, bring a chain and lock plus some walking shoes.

Overall A decent ride with not to many steep hills. Trail was relatively smooth and the views are amazing.

Mount York

Three distinct routes from the Mt York peninsular to Hartley Valley below - two single track and a third fire trail make for a few combinations with one thing in common - the 250 vertical metre drop. This is steep, and on occasion, very tricky stuff.

Mugga Hill, Dubbo

A trail system close to Dubbo at Mugga Hill.

Narrow Neck

Might be easy for some, but the steepness and therefore both up and down are a task.

Nepean River

Fire Trail running parallel to the Nepean River from Emu Heights to Yellomundee Regional Park.
Not for Beginners

Newnes Plateau

The gate way to a massive area full of riding opportunities in both Pine and native forests

Riley's Mountain Trail

An out and back ride with lookouts, climbs and one of the funnest downhill run of water bars I have ever ridden.


Rydal is a tiny and unique village, listed as a heritage site, set in magnificent countryside. Rydal remains a quintessential rural village with its invigorating climate and fresh air.

A plethora of old 4x4 and moto trails exist through the bush land here and CTMBC are hoping to make this area their new home,

Six Foot Track

The Six Foot Track was originally constructed as a bridal way between Katoomba and Jenolan Caves. It is now possible to ride one section of the track, but not it's entirety. Please respect these rules, only ride where permitted and dismount where required. The most popular route appears to be the 28km (one way) section between Megalong Road and Jenolan Caves road.

St Helena

A technical single trail that complements the Oaks in the Blue Mountains. This trail is either an out and back, about 8km each way. Or an out leg towards a cliff escarpment with an extremely technical descent that is hike-a-bike only (eg. you have to carry your bike down and out the other side), about 20km in total.

The Oaks

The main Oaks Firetrail is one of the classic Blue Mountains rides, but there's more in this area than just that.

Western Sydney Regional Park

Western Sydney Regional Park has a network of Management trails that can keep you busy. Unfortunately, aside from a few overgrown tracks there is no real single track. Gates Open 8am to 7pm (5pm June, July & August)


Some nice firetrails and beautify leafy fern lined double track. Add steep hills with tough climbing (and obvious downhill fun that must proceed it).

Wylde MTB Trail

Wylde MTB is a purpose built mountain bike track for recreation and racing. Features a Pump track, Dirt Jumps and a 12km Cross Country Circuit.

Yellomundee Regional Park

Home of WSMTB Club XC events, and the guys have done a top job in showing what a great track can be laid out in a rather small area on the banks of the Nepean River.

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