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Mt Adelaide and Mt Clarence are popular with mountain bike riders who use a range of management access tracks and firebreaks to visit the area and take in the stunning views. All mountain bike riders are encouraged to stay on formed tracks, share the tracks responsibly and slow down around walkers.
Albany Downhill Track
Mt. Clarence featues a purpose built downhill track for mountain bikes, just minutes from town. The trail has several unique features and offers fantastic views of the beautiful King George Sound. The trail commences at the Apex lookout on Apex Drive. The track is 700m long, drops 76m and takes in 41 technical trail features including jumps, drops and wooden berms.
This short downhill track has several unique features; the wooden berms, breathtaking views over King George Sound and the fact that it is only a couple of minutes walk from the city centre makes it unique in WA.
Albany Heritage Park Trails Concept Plans
After adoption by Council in 2015 of the City of Albany Trails Hub Strategy 2015-2025 the City has been working extensively with the community, stakeholders and staff to create a concept plan for Recreational Trails in the Albany Heritage Park as the highest priority project identified in the Strategy. The delivery of the strategy will see a variety of new options provided for mountain bikers within the Albany Heritage Park including:
- Pilot Project: New MTB beginner trails, an iconic intermediate descending trail from Mt Clarence to Middleton Beach and intermediate stacked loop trails that circumnavigates Mt. Adelaide and Mt. Clarence that are suitable for hosting Mtb and Trail running events
- New trail head and way finding signage