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Down Dale Link, Pemberton Mtb Park

  • Less than 1 hour
  • 0.35 km
    • Mountain Bike Easy

A quick connector trail to take riders over to the south side of Pump Hill. Whilst only a short trail, it has great flow and will be sure to put a smile on your dial.

Trail Start

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Down Dale is accessed from the fire trail that links to the north side of Pump Hill trails.

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Down Dale connects riders from the trail head on the north side of the Pump Hill trails to the trail head at the top of the south side. It is downhill and machine built with a few rollers and pumps, one of the flowiest trails in the park. The trail ends at Pump Hill Road, so use caution when exiting and crossing the road.

Locals Tip: Use Down Dale to connect your circuit from Pumphill Uphill to the southern side trails, such as Nearly Gnarly. Also a fun little run if you find yourself with some time to burn while others are still climbing. Use Pump Hill Road to return to the top fire trail and trailhead. 

Down Dale is part of the Pemberton Mtb Park Network

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  • Pemberton Cycling

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Time / Duration

5 minutes

Length

350metres climbing 24m

What To Pack

Group C (Mountain bike trails) required.

Trail Start

Down Dale is accessed from the fire trail that links to the north side of Pump Hill trails.

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Trail End

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Mountain Bike

Easy

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.

Facilities

Toilets, BBQs and picnic facilities are located at Pemberton Pool
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Bicycle Rack
  • Car Park
  • Coach Parking
  • Dog Friendly
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Shaded Area
  • Sheltered Area
  • Water Access Points

Best time of year

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

Fees

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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