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At 1000km, the Munda Biddi Cycle Trail in Western Australia is the longest, continuous, purpose built, Mountain Bike trail in the world. The trail begins in Mundaring (near Perth WA) and ends in Albany on the southcoast. The track winds through forest, away from populated areas, with regularly spaced campsites available to cyclists. The trail has gentle terrain and Western Australia offers and ideal year-round climate for cycling.
The Munda Biddi has sections of trail suitable for all levels of cycling ability and pace. Its easy to start at any point along the trail and all starting points are accessible by car.
Cycle through towering eucalyptus forests and ancient, unspoiled bushland. You will see flora and fauna not found anywhere else in the world. Choose to stay in bushland camp shelters or stay in quaint country towns along the way.
Following is an outline of the sections that make up the entire
trail, each section has two or three campsites along the way.
Mundaring to Jarrahdale - 103km
Jarrahdale to Nanga - 95.37km
Nanga to Collie - 134.78kmCollie to Jarrahwood - 139.1km
Jarrahwood to Nannup (Sidings Rail Trail) - 26km
Jarrahwood to Manjimup - 110.7km
Manjimup to Pemberton to Northcliffe - 128k
Northcliffe to Walpole - 130km
Walpole to Denmark - 154km
Denmark to Albany - 74.8km