Realignments open from 16 June 2020

If you’ve ridden the Munda Biddi Trail between Mundaring and Pickering Brook you’ll know it’s a difficult steep ride. To make this section of trail more enjoyable, safer and just a bit easier on the legs, the Parks and Wildlife Service, Munda Biddi Trail Foundation and Kalamunda Mountain Bike Collective have come together and constructed several realignments around the Kalamunda trail network.

The realignment involved construction of five new singletrack sections, totalling about 2.2kms! Existing tracks and trails have been used to connect each. The realigned trail includes two sections of single direction trail to separate climbing and descending riders, and ensures riders are travelling with the normal flow of the Kalamunda trail network.

The new trail sections were constructed by a combination of professional trail construction by Loztrails, and several volunteer workdays by the Munda Biddi Foundation and Kalamunda Mountain Bike Collective volunteers.

This was the first project for the Munda Biddi Foundation’s recently formed Rover Task Force and was a great success.

Head over to Park Alerts for a downloadable trail map of the realignment available from Tuesday 16 June 2020.

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