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220 Trail, Arklow Trails, Collie 220 Trail, Arklow Trails, Collie

Mountain Bike

Jump, Flow, Downhill, Enduro/ All Mountain, Adaptive
 in South West

Part of Arklow Trails, Collie network
  • Less than 1 hour
  • 6.2 km

The 220 Trail is a 6.2 kilometre 220 blue trail, in the Arklow Trails Network near Collie. This one of the best blue trails in WA, winding it's way along 220m contour to Harris River Dam, with fantastic views through the jarrah forest. It’s well built and fast to ride, with a fun, challenging rock pile at the northern end.

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The 220 trail forms part of the Arklow Network near Collie and can be ridden in conjunction with other trails for a longer ride.

Access the trail by parking at Harris River Damn Trailhead on Harris River Road, just past Harris River Estate Winery. You will find the 220 trailhead in the car park across the road.

Alternatively, you can ride out of town on the Munda Biddi Trail, linking into the Arklow Network using Mornington Glory and Dead Cats Trails.

There are shuttle services operating in town - enquire at the Collie Visitor Centre

Visit Collie

Experience adventure exploring the network of diverse trails, pristine lakes, waterways and river pools. Reconnect with nature in the magnificent national park or relax and soak up Collie’s rich cultural and historical heritage.

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Collie Mountain Bike Club

(08) 9734 1471

Collie Visitor Centre

(08) 9734 2051

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Expand your trip and enjoy great businesses nearby

Black Diamond Lodge

Collie’s funkiest affordable accommodation

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Mandia B&B

Mandia is a quiet rural property that has a range of beautiful rooms available three kms north of Collie. The Tuscan inspired BBQ area is a perfect outdoor setting amongst the garden.

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Red Tail Retreat

Red Tail Retreat has everything you will need for a relaxing stay after exploring the Collie River Valley and surrounds.

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Whispering Pines Bed and Breakfast

The Ultimate Getaway - Tranquil Whispering Pines is situated amongst natural bushland at the edge of the forest on the banks of the Collie River.

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Toscas Boutique

Toscas Boutique is a fashion store for the style conscious woman looking to create a wardrobe of chic, affordable pieces and maintain a classic, feminine style.

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Collie River Valley Visitor Centre

The Visitor Centre can provide extensive information on the region with maps, brochures, and a photographic display. We also have videos on local history, mining and power generation.

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Collie River Valley Tourist Park

Be welcomed by our friendly staff when staying in Collie with your tent, caravan or in one of our cabins. The rivers, murals, walks and mountain bike trails are waiting.

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Here is everything you need to know before visiting this trail.

Time / Duration

Allow 1 hour


6.2km one-way

What To Pack

Group C - Mountain Biking & Gravel (Mountain bike, gravel and touring trails.) required.

Trail Start

The trail starts across the road from Ray's Trail car park on Harris River Rd just past Harris River Estate Winery

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Trail End

Harris Dam

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Difficulty Notes

Moderate trails are typically narrow trails with loose, soft, rocky or slippery sections and hills with short steep sections. Riders will encounter obstacles and technical trail features. Recommended for intermediate riders with some technical mountain biking experience.     


Mountain biking is a potentially dangerous activity with inherent risks. Ride within your skills and abilities.

Ride with a buddy, do not rely on your mobile phone. Coverage in the area is limited.


Public toilets and picnic areas are available at the end of the trail at Harris River Dam Trailhead.

  • Car Park
  • Visitor Information Centre

Best time of year

March to November

Trail Access

A 2 hour drive from Perth. local shuttle service to trail head, Accessible by bicycles via the Munda Biddi from Collie

Prohibited Items

No dogs

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