This mountain biking guide describes all the trails in the Margaret River Region of Western Australia and extending east out beyond the town of Nannup.
All trails are described in detail including ratings, lengths, elevation profiles, trail difficulties and how to get to them. Built-in maps show exactly where the tracks are and are annotated to show you the best way to ride them, where to park, and points of interest.
NO INTERNET IS NEEDED to use this guide. All content and maps work without using an internet connection. This is very important because most mountain biking areas have poor to no mobile network reception. The excellent maps show all the dirt roads in the bush.
The App supports showing your position on the trail maps using your phone's GPS (note that GPS does not need internet or mobile network coverage to work, so will work everywhere outdoors). You'll always be able to find your way using the excellent trail maps and GPS, with NO DANGER OF GETTING LOST.
Even with no mobile reception you will not get lost.
Many trial networks in the area are complex and its not obvious how best to ride them. This App solves this by adding numbered markers on the maps that show you a recommended route. And you can click these markers for more details. It's as good as having someone guide you around the ride!
The mountain biking trails described and mapped include:
- Creekside Trails in Margaret River
- Compartment 10 in Margaret River
- The Pines in Margaret River
- 4 other Margaret River trails
- Wadandi Walk/Cycle Track
- Middle Earth
- Secret Whicher
- Boranup Forest
- Brown Street in Dunsborough
- Dunsborough Country Club trails
- Two trails near Nannup including the Nannup Downhill area
The App also gives you information about points of interest, where to camp, the location of the bike shops, local breweries, nearby beaches and much more.
The App will automatically update itself with trail correction and to add new trails as they are constructed.
The Margaret River to Nannup Mountain biking Guides is written by locals of the area who are passionate cyclists and are very familiar with all the trail networks.