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Trevor’s Trail, Pemberton MTB Park Trevor’s Trail, Pemberton MTB Park

Cycle

(+3)
Gravel, Bush Walk, Trail Running, Cross Country
 in South West

Part of Pemberton MTB Park network
  • Less than 1 hour
  • 1.1 km
    • Mountain Bike Easy

      Recommended for beginner riders with basic mountain bike skills. Typically flowing, open trails on firm terrain with gentle gradients. Surface may be uneven, loose or muddy at times. Riders may encounter small rollable obstacles and technical trail features.

Trevor’s Trail is a multi-use fire road that spans the back of the ‘Main Hill’ and can be used to access the main trailhead at the summit.

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Trevor’s Trail ascends directly up each side of the hill from the Trout Hatchery and Golf Links Rd, intersecting Woodcutters trail at the ‘Main Hill’ trailhead. Like any fire road, it goes straight up the hill without a forgiving break, making it a quicker but gruelling climb to the top. The climb from the Trout Hatchery is the kinder side of the hill, with a gentle gradient sandwiched between two steeper sections and some spectacular scenery. However, for those wishing to quickly lap Cool Running Downhill or Relentless Blue Downhill, which terminate on this trail, the Golf Links Rd climb may be the best option, if not the steepest. Be prepared to hike a bike.

Local Tip: There are some stunning vistas on this side of the ‘Main Hill’, both of the Karri forest and surrounding farmland. Hikers may enjoy linking Trevor’s Trail with Woodcutters in either direction, using the Bibbulmun Track or Return Trail to link back to the pool. 

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Time / Duration

15 - 30 minutes

Length

1.1km

What To Pack

Group C - Mountain Biking & Gravel (Mountain bike, gravel and touring trails.) required.

Trail Start

This trail commences just past the Trout Hatchery carpark, and continues up to intersect with Woodcutters trail at the top of th

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Trail End

The trail ends on Golflinks Road

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Mountain Bike

Easy

Recommended for beginner riders with basic mountain bike skills. Typically flowing, open trails on firm terrain with gentle gradients. Surface may be uneven, loose or muddy at times. Riders may encounter small rollable obstacles and technical trail features.

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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

This trail commences just past the Trout Hatchery carpark, and continues up to intersect with Woodcutters trail at the top of the ‘Main Hill’

Prohibited Items

Motor bikes are prohibited.

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