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Grizzly Trail, Mt Lennard, Wellington NP Trails WA Top Trail Icon

  • 1-3 hours
  • 6 km
    • Mountain Bike More Difficult

The challenging Grizzly Trail starts on Lennard Road and meanders through six kilometres of jarrah forest adjacent to Pile road.  This blue trail is narrow with obstacles and technical features for those who are up for the challenge.

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Trail Start

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Trailhead off Lennard Road, via Pile Road

Trail End

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Pile Road Trailhead

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Grizzly is the highlight of the Mount Lennard mountain bike trails in Wellington National Park, near Collie in Western Australia.

The trail starts from Lennard Rd and descends from Mt Lennard adjacent to Pile Rd and down to the lower trailhead, tightly weaving its way through the mature jarrah forest, and granite outcrops to provide spectacular views of the lower Collie River Valley

The average four percent gradient offers challenges for beginners to old pros with bermed turns and log rides for those who are up for the challenge. 

Return along the Boylan Trail for a 12.5 km loop. Both Boylan and Grizzly are rated Blue.

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Be trail ready for Grizzly Trail, Mt Lennard, Wellington NP

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Time / Duration

Time taken depends on which trails in the network are ridden

Length

6km

What To Pack

Group C (Mountain bike trails) required.

Trail Start

Trailhead off Lennard Road, via Pile Road

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Trail End

Pile Road Trailhead

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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

Trail has a natural surface of granite and rock so caution is advised.

Facilities

  • Car Park

Best time of year

March to November

Fees

No fees apply

Trail Access

Self drive, 2WD accessible

Prohibited Items

No pets
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3 trail goers have rated Grizzly Trail, Mt Lennard, Wellington NP as 4.33 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.

D Max

Reviewed 9 Jan 2019, 12:35pm

I rode this Trail again last week and I admit that I have to eat my words on the previous comment as this track was amazing, had so much fun on the bottom section.
D Max

Reviewed 19 Jan 2018, 12:48pm

A few steep climbs and it lacks a bit of Maintenance however, it wasn't crowded and a few cold ones at the Moody Cow afterwards never goes astray.
Colleen Smith

Reviewed 2 Sep 2016, 5:43pm

What fun! We hit this up on the way home from a weekend in Pemberton. Otherwise called Pile Road, there is a network of trails to enjoy here. The loop we did was great fun and had a bit of everything. Bunbury - you are lucky to have this in your backyard!

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