Kym Harris rated Chapman River, Geraldton a 4 out of 5
Another option is to go under the bridge, through Spalding Park to the river mouth, and back again.
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Most riders park at Spalding Park on the western side of the Coastal Highway and use the pedestrian bridge to access the north side of the river. Proceeding in a clockwise direction you head along the limestone escarpment with several tracks meandering along the top but all going in the same general direction.
There are several bridges along the track that can be used to cross over to the southern side of the river and head back to the start. The southern side is lower lying on a clay based soil and tends to be a faster more flowing affair.
This trail is dual direction, please follow the local rules accordingly:
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9.8km with an additional 1.5km loop.
Group C (Mountain bike trails) required.
Group C (Mountain bike trails)
Spalding park just off Chapman Road
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.
March to November
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