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Level: Advanced
Length: 31 mi (49.9 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +126/121 ft
Total: 14 riders
 

Mountain Biking Kiwarrak Trails

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#8 of 147 mountain bike trails in New South Wales
#1435 in the world

Kiwarrak trails offer 50km of cross country and all mountain riding across all skill levels. From the car park you will find kilometres of flowing single track with wooden bridges, see saws and log rides. Trails such as Icarus, GO 21/22 and Widowmaker offer long north shore style log rides and jumps to test your balance. Further up the hill you will find the well known "Giant See Saw" on the trail "River". Only 1km up the hill you will find the trailhead for the two main all mountain descents, Up River and Trampoline. Along these trails and including Lobotomy, Skull and Son of Skull you will find high speed doubles, rock gardens, drops, tabletops, steep berms and switchbacks for the best adrenaline rush. If you're travelling and after a quick pedal to break up the highway driving (5 mins off pacific highway) or after a multi-day getaway on some of the best trails Australia has to offer, Kiwarrak is the place to be!
For all the local info on the trails and a map, head into Bourkes Bicycles Taree.
All the latest trails and loops are all mapped on Strava. Alternatively a printable map is available form here: https://lookaside.fbsbx.com/file/kiwarrak_a3.pdf?token=AWwz0SHbTp5sUDPlFQl0lP56YO3l1FbuJh_3lREkODGYc42dsxioT6LvfuPq9rZe6wqqR82a74AIKvSxfGW8PzahHm2x01tVrD3uEy9-0lOM0BxOniu2m-X6kmUKnErVyLj4wqnXXy6Y4F2cpn58X26l6fVZnhmVNnNP3Sxk-cYiNg

Before you go
  • Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
From the Taree Service centre just off the Pacific highway, it's as easy as driving onto the Bucketts way for 5 minutes and turning left into the carpark opposite the Taree Tip!
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  • VPlant
    *****

    Awesome trails. Well marked. Great for all levels. There are bridges jumps and challenges if you want you can take them or leave them.

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  • Samuel Chant
    *****

    High quality trails, awesome people to ride with, plenty of flow and different zones. Bridges, see saws, jumps, gullys, drops; it has it all. Trails are always maintained to the highest standard. Close enough to town for emergency bike bits and coffee but far enough out to feel outdoors. Definitely a place to stop and check out for a day or two!

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  • Wendy
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    Wide variety of trails, from super smooth and easy through to steep and technical with bridges and small scale north shore style features. Lots of fun sections but poorly sign-posted. No facilities or signage at trail head.

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  • crowash
    *****

    Amazing, better than anything else in NSW, trails everywhere and heaps of structures. Accomodation available not far away at www.cfr.com.au
    * Review edited 9/2/2012

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