Blores Hill Mountain Bike Park


Blores Hill Mountain Bike Park

Glenmaggie Regional Park

Featuring an array of multipurpose cross-country trails throughout the park, Blores Hill offers 14 trails of varying difficulty levels. Pick easy, intermediate or difficult and enjoy panoramic views over the Gippsland plains on the flowing descents, bermed corners, bridges and rocky sections. Horse riders and walkers can also enjoy certain trails.

Mountain Biking trails

1. Bluegreen – 2.5km
A long undulating single track with sections of fast flowing bermed corners and bridges.

2. Jims – 3.3km
A long single track beginning with a well graded climb towards the Trig followed by a fast-flowing descent linking onto Lower Tramway.

3. Trig – 640m
The most technical trail at Blores Hill. A short intense trail with technical rocky sections. Be sure to stop and enjoy some panoramic views of the Gippsland plains.

4. Lower Tramway – 975m
A short single track linking up to ‘5 ways’ intersection, utilising an historic tram way and includes several bridges.

5. M&M – 930m
A short single tack linking onto BMT with a graded switchback climb leading into a fun decent over log rollovers and a gully coaster.

6. BMT – 3.5km
A long single track with a bit of everything. Fast flowing corners, log ramps and jumps and a contoured climb. The V tree and big dipper are the main features, where riders should execute caution. 

7. Switchback – 655m
This track crosses a gully via another ‘dipper’ then follows a contoured switchback climb to the highest point of the northern extent of the park. 

8. Smiley J –2.6km
A long twisting single track withy fast flowing corners, berms and log jumps. 

9. Wednesday – 800m
A fast descent with jumps, berms and loose gravel leading into a gully dipper followed by a climb back up to the northern end of the park. 

10. The Loser – 2.9km
A long varied single track with fast twisting rocky sections, large berms, jumps and some cruising flow trail. 

14. Matilda D – 1.5km
A moderate downhill track commencing with a steep descent from the Trig, before flowing berms and turns on the lower sections.

Horse Riding trails

13. Evelyn’s Trail – 7.2km, Horses Only
Utilising many of the original trails in Blores Hill the dedicated horse trail takes you on a journey from north to south in the park. The trail includes wide open tracks, narrow twisty single track, rocky outcrops and natural gullies as it climbs to the Trig from one end of the park and then descends to the other. A loop can be completed by utilising the historic tramway and 4WD tracks. 

Shared Mountain Biking, Horse Riding and Walking trails

11. Tramway – 695m
The historic tramway is a direct and gently graded track connecting the north and south of the park. 

12. Family Loop – 3.9km
An easy trail for the whole family following the eastern boundary of the park, some internal Management Vehicle Only tracks and then joins the tramway to complete the loop.


How to get there

Blores Hill Mountain Bike Park

Main access to Blores Hill is via the Weir Road from Heyfield or the Glenmaggie Tinamba Road from Sale and Maffra. Two vehicle carparks are accessible from either the Glenmaggie Tinamba Road or Ostbergs Road.

Need to know

Blores Hill Mountain Bike Park

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