Wild Mersey Mountain Bike Trails
Stage One & Two Now Open!
Stage One - Warrawee 15km - OPEN
Fifteen kilometres of trails at the northern end of the network in the Warrawee Reserve at Latrobe, providing a glimpse of Wild Mersey with predominantly green and blue track and one black as a taster of things to come.
Stage Two - Railton 16km - OPEN
Setting free another four green trails over 16 kilometres, with a loop through the forest hills above Railton's Goliath Park and a scenic 10 kilometre dual cycling-walking link to or from Latrobe's Warrawee trails. Don't miss the Pump Track at Goliath Park!
Stage Three - Sheffield - TO BE ANNOUNCED
From mid-2020, construction will head into the Badgers Range to unleash more technical and adventurous riding with breathtaking 360 degree views around the Kimberleys Lookout area. With over 50kms of additional trails to be built in Stage 3, once completed the Wild Mersey network will extend over 90kms making it a multi-day adventure to ride them all.
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Railton Pump Track
As part of the Wild Mersey Mountain Bike Trails project, a Pump Track has been constructed at the Railton Trail Head located at Goliath Park in Railton.
A pump track is a circuit of rollers, banked turns and features designed to be ridden by "pumping" - creating momentum by up and down body movements, instead of pedalling. Pump tracks are perfect for BMX and MTB riders and can even be used by be skateboard and scooter riders. Pump tracks cater to a wide variety of rider skill levels and ages.