Lane Cove Np

3.67 out of 5
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Fire Road
↑ 600 m
↓ 600 m
elevation (m)

Trail Description
About this trail
Most of the trails are firetrails for National Park access but are open to Mountain Bikers and walkers. There are some walking only tracks so take care. There are also lots of unmarked single trails around for a bit of additional and more technical fun.
Suggested route would be to start at the trail head off Britannia Rd opposite the hockey field, head down the trails east until you get to the Glouster Ave access point in West Pymble and then head back the way you came, looking for alternative trails along the way. There are good maps posted at various points on the trail to help you keep your bearing.
This is a good track for beginners as its mostly nice and wide but also some good hidden technical areas for the more adventurous. The only thing is that is always a climb out of the valley at the end of the ride.
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Reviews (3)

Granny Gear

June 6, 2013
oncy Granny Gear  
Review: Good trail for staying fit can enter from vimera rd cyclo way so can easily ride back up

November 18, 2012
Review: This trail is mostly fire trails but some single track eg if you are at Brown's Waterhole and head up the cement path towards the M2 there is a nice bit of single track off to the right about 50 meters up from the water hole.

The best thing about this trail is the heavy forest, the birds and the numerous creek crossings this is not your dry scrubby forest this is lush tree ferns and giant Sydney blue gums. Enjoy!

Similar Trail: Maybe Royal National Park, but this is much wetter.

Granny Gear

October 1, 2008
Review: This a great track it starts at Pennant Hills Park and makes its way down to the Devlins Creek there is a steep section at the end so take it careful. The track is a management trail making riding easier.
There are views of the City on the way. Great track if you want a taste of Mountain Biking

Similar Trail: Lady Carrington Dr, Royal National PArk
or Loftus Trail, Royal National PArk

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