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Bleat Street, Goat Farm Mountain Bike Park

Mountain Bike

(+3)
Tech, Gravel, E-Bike, Touring
inPerth & Surrounds

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

A moderate climbing trail that is the most direct climb to the Upper Trailhead.

Goat Farm Mtb Network Bleat Street
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Trail Start

Get directions

You will find the trail start for Bleat St at the Main Trailhead behind the information shelter.

Trail End

Get directions

Use this trail to get up to the Upper Trailhead

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A moderate climbing trail featuring moderate gradients and turns.  This is the most direct climb to the Upper Trailhead.  You can use this trail to access the start for the following downhill trails: Breaking Boundaries (Easy), Blue Cruiser (Moderate), Blue Tongue (Moderate), Flowtopia (Moderate), Lucky13 (Difficult), Double-Cross (Difficult), Scapegoat (Difficult), Legacy (Extreme) and Rampage (Extreme).  You'll pass by the Double Cross racehut and the epic Legacy bridge on your way up the hill.

The Goat Farm Mountain Bike Park contains over 20km of mountain bike trails and a dedicated Skills Park with skills and jump areas. The Goat Farm trails range from Easy (Green) to Extreme (Double Black) and include four trails suitable for adaptive cyclists.

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

Time / Duration

Up to 20 minutes

Length

0.8km

What To Pack

Group C (Mountain bike trails) required.

Trail Start

You will find the trail start for Bleat St at the Main Trailhead behind the information shelter.

Get directions

Trail End

Use this trail to get up to the Upper Trailhead

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

Moderate (Blue): Recommended for intermediate riders with some technical skills. Narrow trail that may have loose, soft, rocky or slippery sections and hills with short, steep sections.  Riders will encounter obstacles and technical trail features.

Hazards & Warnings

Summer months (December to April) can be extremely hot. Be prepared with plenty of water in your bottle.

Safety

In case of an emergency on the trail, always carry a mobile phone and basic first aid supplies.  The nearest hospital is St John of God Midland Public Hospital.

Facilities

The main trailhead is adjacent to the car park.  Trailhead facilities include toilets, picnic tables, an information shelter and shaded areas to take a break between rides.  There are also picnic tables in the shade at the upper trailhead where this trail finishes.

  • Car Park
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Shaded Area
  • Sheltered Area
  • Bicycles Prohibited

Best time of year

mid April to October

Trail Access

Road, Train Bus or Ride

Prohibited Items

Dogs on leads are permitted at the main Trailhead

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Mountain Biker

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