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Royal National Park Fire Trail and single track

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No. of Reviews: 1

Straight good single track for a bit, turn right at a fire trail intersection, head down some steep fire trail, then go turn left onto some smooth flat fire trail for a while, turn left at the single track turnoff....They'll be some exellent singletrack with plenty of drop-offs, then at the bottom, turn right just before you fall into the river, then you have some ultra technical gnarly stuff, then u get back to the firetrail and head back uphill to u get to the entrance and head back into the train station.
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Latitude
-33.87041555094183
Longitude
150.908203125
Trail Directions
You can get the train from bondi-junction to sutherland station, get off the train and turn right as you eave the station, continue riding straight until yo9u come to a huge intersection. Cross the intersection and continue straight. Soon a metal fence wikll be visible on youre left, turn left when the fence goes away...there will be a train crossing ahead of you before you turn left.
Trail Length
20-30km
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
Sydney
   


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Review Date
February 18, 2003

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Every few months

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Reviewed by: Millsy , from Sydney

Summary:
It is current illegal to ride on the single trail within the National Park, but recently National Parks and Wildlife have initiated bike freindly trails within the Royal National Park, as a "trial". Check with National Parks and Wildlife first, as the trails are patrolled and we don't want to stuff it up for everyone.

Recommended Route:
This is the trail from Loftus Oval to Grays Point. An excellent trail with the "gnarley bits" known as the Cliffs of Death.



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