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220 Trail, Arklow Trails, Collie

Mountain Bike

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Blackwood River Valley, Bunbury Geographe & Collie, Great Southern, Margaret River Region, Southern Forests

  • Less than 1 hour
  • 6.2 km
    • Mountain Bike More Difficult

The 6.2 kilometre 220 Trail is one of the best blue trails in WA.  It follows the 220m contour all the way to Harris Dam, winding its way through some lovely jarrah forest along the way. It’s well built and fast to ride, with a fun, challenging rock pile at the northern end.

This trail is well built and fast to ride, with a fun, challenging rock pile at the northern end.
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Trail Start

Get directions

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

Trail End

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Harris Dam

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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 Ray's Trail car park 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 is also a shuttle service operating in town. (See 'Links' for details)

Other Links

  • Crank'n Cycles Collie

    Bike hire and repairs, trail maps and info - 9734 1471

  • TraaVerse

    Trail transfers to and from the trails - 0417 654 426

  • Harris River Estate

    Cycle friendly winery and accommodation, that can be accessed directly via Ray's Trail. And if you don't like wine, they brew beer, ale and cider as well. (08) 9734 4042

  • The Colliefields

    Cycle friendly budget accommodation, with secure bike storage at the rear. (You can take your bike up to your room if you prefer) Free breakfast with your room. Cafe open for cooked breakfast and lunch daily. (08) 9734 2052

Be trail ready for 220 Trail, Arklow Trails, Collie

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

Time / Duration

Depends on which trails you ride.

Length

Can form part of a longer ride by using other trails in the network

What To Pack

Group C (Mountain bike 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

Get directions

Trail End

Harris Dam

Get directions

Mountain Bike

More Difficult

Likely to be a single trail with moderate gradients, variable surface and obstacles. Suitable for skilled mountain bikers with good standard of
fitness using mountain bikes.

Difficulty Notes

There are some alternate, more difficult sections on this trail

Facilities

Shuttle Service - TraaVerse 0417 654 426
  • Car Park

Best time of year

March to November

Trail Access

Bus or self drive from Perth to Collie. Drive or local shuttle service to trail head. You can ride from Collie to the trail via the Munda Biddi, Mornington Glory and Dead Cats Trails

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