Airlie Cove Trail Details
These trails have been a joint effort between Big4 Airlie Cove and the Whitsunday Mountain Bike Club Inc. and are exclusively for their use only.
Please be respectful of Big4 Airlie Cove residents and keep noise to a minimum at all times.
Trails are open between 6am & 6pm
The Airlie Cove Office is open from 8am
Please feel welcome to drop in and say hi to the team and purchase a cold drink or ice cream!
This loop trail is a fun blue grade trail that all ages and abilities should enjoy.
The trail can be ridden in either direction.
Insect repellent is strongly recommended.
Always let someone know where you are and when you expect to be back, be aware of other trail users heading in both directions; a safe ride is a fun one!
Conditions of use:
All riders use these trails at their own risk
This is private land and any illegal users of these trails will be prosecuted
WMTBC members must carry their MTBA membership card at all times
Mountain biking is a high risk activity and must be undertaken with care and regard for the riding conditions at all times
No liability is accepted by Big4 Airlie Cove Resort & Van Park or the Whitsunday Mountain Bike Club Inc. for loss, damage or injury while riding these trails
An Australian approved bicycle helmet and protective clothing must be worn
Club members using the trails are NOT to use any other facilities. No pool access, no showers, no BBQ’s or playground access unless you are staying at Airlie Cove
Book accomodation at Big4 Airlie Cove Resort & Caravan Park when you visit Airlie Beach next and ask at reception for trail information.
Local Trail AssociationWhitsunday Mountain Bike Club Inc.
More Stats for Airlie Cove Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change2 ft
Altitude min76 ft
Altitude max142 ft
Altitude start82 ft
Altitude end84 ft
Distance climb1,866 ft
Distance down2,152 ft
Distance flat2,089 ft
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Airlie Cove Trail Trail Reports
May 22, 2016 @ 12:01amMay 22, 2016
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