Langford Park

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AVERAGE RATING
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4.00 out of 5
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Intermediate
16
km

Singletrack
297
elevation (m)

Network
2:03
avg time
Trail Description
About this trail
A popular mountain biking destination for beginners and advanced riders alike due to the gradual hills and fast, flowing singletrack. Recent upgrades by DEC have seen a network of trails signposted making this venue even more attractive newcomers to the sport.

In addition, there are toilets, picnic tables and free gas barbeques near the car park
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Trail Check-ins
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Recent Trail Check-ins     (5 total check-ins)
  justin70   on Jun 2, 2019
  justin70   on Dec 31, 2015
  MTB_Mally   on Nov 7, 2015
  justin70   on Aug 15, 2015
  justin70   on Jun 29, 2015
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Reviews (3)
 



October 11, 2016
Guest   
 
Review: Lots of nice trails that are not too long and tricky enough to please an expert but not too hard for a beginner. Lots of 'unofficial' trails here too but I don't recommend these. Of all the trails the best of the longer ones is Woodleys loop and the best of the shorter ones is Watch Your Head. Watch your head is a must-ride if you come here, it is short but riding it means doing about 3-4kms of riding to access it. The track that it branches off, Reflectors, is quite fun too and fast but make sure that the ground is damp when you ride as it can get very slippery otherwise.




Gramcounter

November 7, 2015
MTB_Mally Gramcounter  
 
Review: Most of the trails are very short (less than a km), the better trails are the shorter ones, which is a bit sad. Woodleys loop has some nice sections and little jumps. Watch your head is a quick little section that flows quite well. The pea gravel is good fun, improves brake control and encourages you to drive hard out of the burms. It is a bit of a pain on some of the climbs. Typical Perth hills trails, lots of rocks and tight gaps through trees. Yellow brick road has the best surface and could be much much better.




Singletrack

June 29, 2015
justin70 Singletrack  
 
Review: I used to think I was not a fan of Langford Park because the trails weren't technical enough.

However I now revise that - it is the pea gravel surface when it is dry that I don't like!

In winter, on a cool and damp day - the trails flow nicely and are quite enjoyable. Not always technical, but still enjoyable. This is NOT the case on a hot and dry summers day - when it is just slippery hell.

The published difficulty ratings are well over-stated. Let's assume that is to stop families getting in over their heads.

The "watch your head" trail is my favourite, and the "valley of opportunity" is quite good also.

Similar Trail: Forsyth's Mill



Langford Park MTB Trail 4.00 out of 5 based on 3 ratings. 3 user reviews.
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