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Arklow Adaptive Trail, Collie

  • 1-3 hours
  • 9.2 km
    • Mountain Bike Easy

Arklow Adaptive is a 9.2 km, hand cycle friendly green loop, in the Arklow Network near Collie, just two hours south of Perth.

The Arklow Adaptive Trail is designed to give mountain bike riders with a disability an opportunity to ride through the pristine Arklow Forest
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Trail Start

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Ray's Trail carpark, Harris River Rd, just past the winery, 5km north of Collie and 2 hours south of Perth

Trail End

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Ray's Trail carpark

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This 9.2 km central green loop is a sensational mix of modern flow trail and old forestry tracks for everyone to enjoy. Take it easy or tackle it with speed for a challenging and rewarding ride.

This trail has been rated under the Australian Adaptive MTB Guidelines as Highly Accessible.

Arklow Adaptive can be ridden withother trails in the Arklow Network for a longer, more challenging ride.

To access the trail, park at Ray's Trail carpark on Harris River Road or ride out from town on the Munda Biddi.

There is also a shuttle service operating in town. (See 'Links' for details)

Other Links

  • Break the Boundary

    Helping people with physical disabilities go beyond flat surfaces…

  • 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

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Time / Duration


9.2km loop

What To Pack

Group C (Mountain bike trails) required.

Trail Start

Ray's Trail carpark, Harris River Rd, just past the winery, 5km north of Collie and 2 hours south of Perth

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Trail End

Ray's Trail carpark

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Mountain Bike


Likely to be a combination of fire road or wide single track with a gentle gradient, smooth surface and relatively free of unavoidable obstacles. Short sections may exceed these criteria. Frequent encounters are likely with walkers, runners, horse riders and other cyclists. Suitable for beginner/novice mountain bikers in good health with basic mountain bike
skills and using off-road bikes.

Difficulty Notes

This trail is highly accessible for cyclists using hand cycles


Shuttle Service - TraaVerse 0417 654 426

  • Access with assistance for the Disabled

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 head via the Munda Biddi Track

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1 trail goers have rated Arklow Adaptive Trail, Collie as 2 out of 5!

We love to hear from people who've been on our Western Australian trails, so it would be most appreciated it if you wanted to leave a review.

Rob Alman

Reviewed 1 Mar 2021, 10:22pm

As far as an "Adaptive" trail goes this is a long way off the mark...
Much of it is off camber and hilly.
It would be my recommendation to try this if you have power assist with good range and be sure to take at least one fit support rider as there are also a few sections that if not very careful you could find yourself in the bushes...
We also tried the new loop to the western side and found that to be an absolute nightmare for access and dont believe there was sufficient input from the riders it was targeted...
Certainly not the beginners trail...
Thankful though that someone is t least attempting for inclusion.

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