Glenwood Forest


With the Kinross Forest Trails now closed, the focus for single track in Orange is Lake Canobolas Mountain Bike Park and the Glenwood Forest Trails including Galinbundinya and the Trail of Awesomeness. The Orange Mountain Bike Club does a superb job maintaining the local trails. More unsanctioned single track can be found at Mullion Creek.

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Lake Canobolas Mountain Bike Park

Lake Canobolas MTB Park

9km singletrack

A series of trails across the road from Lake Canobolas, largely blue & green. Built and maintained by Orange Mountain Bike Club.

Trail Profile View on A whole lot of fun packed into a relatively small space. Across the road from Lake Canobolas, open 8am to 8pm 7 days, the MTB…

Glenwood Forest Trails Ride Orange

Glenwood Forest Trails

20km singletrack

Beautiful XC singletrack located 15 minutes west of Orange. #flow

Trail Profile Note: the Trailforks map below is showing the unsanctioned trails on Mount Canobolas (trails shown to the right of Galinbundinya). These trails are black / double black diamond…

Fire Trails

Berrilee Road

28km / 450m / 1.5hrs / 49% gravel

Elevation Profile

Ride on fire-trails into a corner of the radiata pine forests that flank the southern side of Mt Canobolas and climb up to the Pinnacle. Perfect for a hardtail or gravel bike.

Level 2

It’s Oh So Quiet… Located to the South of Orange, Berrilee Road is a route that takes you out the cycle path toward Gosling Creek, then climbs up to the…

Ginns Road Orange NSW

Berrilee, Giles & Ginns

44km / 615m / 2hrs / 59% gravel

Elevation Profile

Head into the forest and ride the fire trails, before open farmland gravel roads on the way back to town. Cracking.

Level 2

Pine forests and farm roads… there is something about this route, it’s not far from town but you just feel miles from anywhere. A great ride to clear the mind….

Ride Orange Bald Hill Loop

Bald Hill Loop

47km / 881m / 2.25hrs / 50% gravel

Elevation Profile

A good amount of climbing over rocky, rutted roads in the pine forests at the back of Mt Canobolas, with some excellent views along the way.

Level 3

Rough fire trail goodness… The pine forests on the southern slopes of Mt Canobolas are full of fire roads in varying condition. This route takes you up towards Mt Towac…

Ride Orange Cargo Gravel

Cargo Gravel

90km / 1800m / 5hrs / 68% gravel

Elevation Profile

An out and back ride to Cargo via the better fire trails of Canobolas State Forest. Option One –  the gravel bike route.

Level 2

Cargo three ways… This is option one, The Gravel Route. Following the better maintained fire trails/roads in the Canobolas State Forest, this route takes you out to Cargo around the…

Ride Orange Cargo MTB Coolamatong Climb

Cargo MTB

87km / 1835m / 5.5hrs / 68% gravel

Elevation Profile

Ride the fire trails of Canobolas State Forest out to Cargo. Spectacular views. Awesome climbs. Rutted roads. Option Two –  the MTB route.

Level 3

Cargo three ways… This is #2, The Mountain Bike Route. Following many of the same roads as the gravel route but including more challenging fire trails. This route takes you…

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