Length: 3 mi (4.8 km)
Elevation: +162/156 ft
Total: 7 riders
Mountain Biking Boundary Road Reserve
#123 of 158 mountain bike trails in New South Wales
#10,038 in the world
While there are alternate trails the BRR landcare group are working on rehabilitating the area and creating a proper mountain bike trail. For the moment cyclists are best to stay on the walking trails.
The John Cousins Walking Trail is probably the best section for riding. The surface of the trail is predominantly hard packed dirt though some sections are grass covered and a few corners on the main descent are sandy. The trail is well marked and fairly clear as to where it goes. Be sure to follow this trail in a counter-clockwise direction as this gives you a longer descent and easier climbs.
On the return path you'll be greeted with a sign advertising the Kangaroo Trail, this trail is recent and is marked only by a slashed path through the grass as well as a few posts. You'll not get lost as it is short and stands out from the brush, but it is very rough to ride on. It meets back up with the John Cousins trail about 200 metres past the point you originally departed from.
First added by Ephphatha on Nov 29, 2009. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: unknown
- Restrooms: unknown
- Fat bike grooming: unknown
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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Coming from Sydney, head along the highway towards Blayney. After passing the roundabout continue to follow the highway until Boundary Rd. (It's the next left about 1km past the Browning St intersection). A few hundred metres up this road you should be able to pull off to the left into a carpark. Head away from the road (toward the brick building to your left) and there will be a wooden gate visbile slightly down the hill leading to the trail.