Thanks a lot. I am planning to do the Munda Biddi trail, coming February. I am from Holland, Europe and visited South Australia and a little part of the outback in 2005 for 6 weeks and had a wonderfull time.
We take delivery of our brand spanking new BOB Ibex trailers which attach to our mountain bikes, tomorrow and waiting with anticipation for the track to open all the way to Albany so we can be amongst the first end to enders. In the meantime, we are going to do an overnighter and travel from our house in Darlington to the Munda Biddi trail and on to Carinya camp site and ride back the following day. 104k round trip and at a moderate pace so as to enjoy the surrounds. Has anyone got advice for us on this part of the trail/campsite etc? I understand we can take a detour around the Dell.
Also, we'd like to post this in the general area but not sure how. Can the admin team post if for us?
I trekked the Kokoda Trail in April this year and I'm looking forward to some easier treks closer to home. I've created a blog of my journey for friends and family. Is it appropriate to provide the hyperlink to my blog on the Trailtalk site? Some members may be interested in how you prepare for Kokoda and a description of the trek.
thanks, I like the look of the site as it looks very informative, always good to read the comments from other users of a trail before heading off, we will certainly be trying some of these soon, say hi to Simon
Thanks Linda, ye the 7 stanes are amazing in Scotland, im missing not being there! But coming to WA in less than a month (from sydney) and am really keen to do lots of biking because i'm not getting on a bike much since leaving Scotland in October last year. I also will be hiring bikes when i come but am keen to meet like minded people (also love tramping and rock climbing)
Thanks for the words of encouragement I’m really looking forward to next years Karri cup!
Did this years and it was an absolute blast, great atmosphere and lots of great people.
Recommend it to anyone, although 100k’s is a fair way the trail is fairly easy going and not that technical for the most part.
This is a great looking website, just a bit curious though as too the deal with posting social rides?
Myself and a small group of bods usually get together on Sundays at various trails and circuits
for a social rides, the group covers a broad spectrum from XC race whippets to tail enders like me.
All rides are a no drop ride which means we wait for everyone to catch up, everyones welcome
I'm now ready to go and will be hitting the track early before sun up Monday morning. All food drops and rest days arranged so cant wait......
Received survey from Bibbulmun Events this afternoon and filled out the questionaire. Was timely as I walked from Kalamunda to Hewitts and back again just last week. Did find the new markers easy to spot compared to markers slowly being swallowed by the bark on trees. The yellow markers on red posts for me works well.