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Millbrook Trail

An epic loop that descends all the way from the Pile Rd trails to the Collie River - and then climbs back up again
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Difficulty: Strenuous
Length: 5.2 miles
Duration: 1-3 hours

Overview :  This long 11.5km trail provides a challenge for even the most advanced riders. Dropping steeply into the valley along an old 4WD... more »

Tips:  It is possible to ride the trail in either direction. However I would recommend riding it anti-clockwise; descending the steepr... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Junction with Lennard Rd, Pile Rd

The trail starts/ends at the junction of Lennard Rd and Pile Rd. The is also the end of the Pallet track.

2. Millbrook Gulley

Steep and tricky climb/descent which has recently been cleared of fallen trees.

3. Junction with River Rd

At the bottom of Millbrook gulley, you can take the dirt road alongside the Collie river that links up to River Rd and Honeymoon Pool campsite, or stay on the Millbrook trail to complete the loop.

4. Honeymoon Pool

DEC camp area only a short ride from the trail.

5. Collie River

Fast flowing over small rapids. A good place to cool off on a hot day before tackling the climb out of the valley

6. Sailors Gulley

Long, gentle descent/climb that offers great views over Wellington Dam National Park and Collie River.