Margaret River Pines Trail is a 9.8 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near Margaret River, Western Australia, Australia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

9.8 km
326 m



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The Margaret River Pines are a really fun set of bermed singletrack trails that cry out to ridden over and over The current trails were mainly development by the Margaret River Offroad Cycling Association (MRORCA) as part of the 2011 Cape to Cape mountain bike race. The result is a set of a dozen or so short, fun trails linked by signed dirt roads which mainly provide the gentle climbs. With the easy climbs and smooth rollable trails the Pines are suitable for riders of all abilities. For the intermediate to more advanced riders there are plenty of berms to rail and table tops to jump - especially on The End. You will find yourself riding back up to the middle of the forest time and time again to re-ride your favourite trails. The Trails: There is no set order to ride the trails in, and once you get a feel for the forest you will devise your own loops based on which track you prefer. However to get you started here is a fairly common route: Take Ashton Rd up the west side of the forest Just after the Off The Grid sign - turn left on to the singletrack At the top of the short climb take Echo Rd East Turn right on to the unmarked singletrack which turns in to Lilly Trail G Land Whoop Whoop Ride up and have a go on the table tops of The End Take Noodle Bowl back to Fox Rd Take the Dirt Jump and Pine Tree Trail back to the rail trail and then road

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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Great fun for all ages families and advanced riders, always look forward to riding here cant wait for the next trip back down,
Also great camping grounds at warncliffe campgrounds which backs onto the Trails

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