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Bloody Mary, Pemberton MTB Park Bloody Mary, Pemberton MTB Park

Mountain Bike

Jump, Downhill, Technical
 in South West

Part of Pemberton MTB Park network
  • Less than 1 hour
  • 1.2 km
    • Mountain Bike Difficult

      Recommended for experienced riders with good technical skills. Variable surfaces and/or steep gradients. Riders will encounter large obstacles and technical trail features. 

Bloody Mary is a challenging downhill descent for advanced mountain bike riders, traversing the hill behind the Pemberton Pool. With plenty of berms, jumps and wooden features, it’s a rollercoaster from top to bottom.

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Bloody Mary starts from the trailhead at the top of the ‘Main Hill’ and suits experienced riders. The trail winds through old growth Karri forest, incorporating berms and wooden features such as drops and steep A-frame rollovers as it traverses the hillside. The fast technical descent ends with the infamous jump line that delivers you back to the Pemberton Pool. Not for the faint-hearted, this trail will keep you coming back for more.

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Time / Duration

10 minutes



What To Pack

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

Trail Start

Bloody Mary starts at the main trailhead at the top of the ‘Main Hill’.

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Trail End

Above the pool overflow - Pemberton Pool

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Recommended for experienced riders with good technical skills. Variable surfaces and/or steep gradients. Riders will encounter large obstacles and technical trail features. 

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Hazards & Warnings

The Pemberton MTB Network has some shared trails and you may encounter walkers with dogs. Please be respectful of each other and it is advised that you keep your dog on a leash. 


Universally accessible toilets, BBQs and picnic facilities are located at Pemberton Pool.

Bring your bathers for a swim at Pemberton Pool after your ride in the warmer weather.

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Bicycle Rack
  • Car Park
  • Coach Parking
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Shaded Area
  • Sheltered Area
  • Water Access Points
  • Dog Friendly
  • All accessible parking
  • All accessible toilet facilities
  • Visitor Information Centre
  • Accessible picnic facilities
  • Accessible BBQ facilities
  • Accessible viewing platform

Best time of year

All year round. Spring - September to November there are lots of wildflowers about.

Trail Access

Road or Bus to Pemberton, 327km (3.5 hours) drive south of Perth.

Prohibited Items

Motor bikes are prohibited.

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1 trail goers have rated Bloody Mary, Pemberton MTB Park as 5 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.

Lee lee

Reviewed 14 Nov 2016, 3:10pm

A steep difficult trail, I rolled and walked down a few sections. Terrain is compact and can be super fast. A few drop off sections and lots of epic logs. I might practice a bit more before returning to this one. Set in the karri forest this downhill run is quality scenery and there is a natural pool next to the park for a swim afterwards. The town centre is a 5 minute pedal.

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