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Blackwood River Valley, Bunbury Geographe & Collie, Great Southern, Margaret River Region, Southern Forests

  • Less than 1 hour
  • 4 km
    • Mountain Bike More Difficult

Relentless Blue is a challenging and physical cross country Olympic trail, in the Pemberton MTB Park. It traverses the main hill of the bike park and includes multiple climbs and short descents and some technical features including the infamous Pemberton wall rides!

The 'Log Mountain" one of the technical features along the trail
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Trail Start

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The trail starts just off Hatchery Road, Pemberton which is 327km (3.5 hours) south of Perth.

Trail End

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The trail ends on Golflinks Road

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Relentless Blue traverses the main hill above the Pemberton Pool from west to east. The first 1½ kilometres 'the hell mile' will challenge even the fittest riders with relentless pinch climbs. The hard technical portion of the trail includes the corkscrew, switchbacks and log rollovers with a few short downhill sections.

The western side of the hill is designed as the main XCO track with a series of ups and downs with some hard technical and physical elements. It includes a series of turns through the graveyard, rock gardens, log rollovers, sharp uphill and downhill style trail design. 

The eastern side of the hill is considered the downhill section of the trail with minimal climbing, the pallet drop, two large wall rides, log mountain and a fast run to the return trail.

The trail ridden in its entirety isn't for the faint hearted! However it can be completed in smaller sections with intersections at the top of the main hill. The start of Relentless Blue is accessed from the fire road by the Trout Hatchery. 

Relentless Blue is part of the Pemberton Mtb Park Network

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Time / Duration

30 mins to 1 hour depending on ability

Length

4km

What To Pack

Group C (Mountain bike trails) required.

Trail Start

The trail starts just off Hatchery Road, Pemberton which is 327km (3.5 hours) south of Perth.

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Trail End

The trail ends on Golflinks Road

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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.

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.

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 Relentless Blue, Pemberton Mtb Park as 2 out of 5!

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Jack Emerton

Reviewed 17 Jun 2017, 6:14pm

We did about 70% of this trail and gave up it was far more effort than reward. Quite hard work on both the ups and the downs not very flowing at all. Signage is also poor so who knows we could have strayed off track. We jumped off were we could see Pirate Trail heading down.

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