The Grizzly Trail is the highlight in a network of mountain bike trails developed for experienced and novice riders in the Wellington National Park near Collie, Western Australia. This Top Trail is narrow with obstacles and technical mountain bike features for those who are up for the challenge.
The Mount Lennard Mountain bike area contains approximately 40 kilometres of trails of varying difficulties for mountain bikers of all levels. The trails tightly weave through the mature jarrah forest, and granite outcrops to provide spectacular views of the lower Collie River Valley. The valley supports unspoiled vegetation, providing habitat for marron, kangaroos, cockatoos, many of the native marsupials and over 300 varieties of colourful wildflowers.
The challenging Grizzly Trail has two trailheads – Pile Road and Lennard Road. This tight single track meanders through six kilometres or jarrah forest adjacent to Pile road. Descending from Mt Lennard Trailhead the average four percent grade provides an intimate forest experience all the way to the Pile Road area and a moderate up hill climb when ridden in the opposite direction. The ride offers challenges for beginners to old pros with berm turns and log rides for those who are up for the challenge.
Tourists are advised to check for alerts and road/park closures before commencing their travel on www.emergency.wa.gov.au and https://alerts.dbca.wa.gov.au