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Gottysnobble, Kalamunda Mountain Bike Trails

  • 1-3 hours
  • 0.4 km

Heading back towards the Black Stump car park. Gottysnobble is a twisty little track with flat corners.

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Named after a bush found in Western Australia by the same name Gottysnobble is a mellow descent. 

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Time / Duration

Length

400m descending 22m

What To Pack

Group C (Mountain bike trails) required.

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Best time of year

March to November

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