Riding areaCoffs Downhill Mt Coramba
Bike typeDH, AM
Trail UsageBiking Only
DirectionDownhill OnlyPopular direction shown
TTFs on trailBerm, Drop, Jump, Gap Jump, Rock Garden
Overview: One of Australia’s most renowned and long standing downhill trails is surrounded by the beauty of the Coffs Harbour forested areas with spectacular views of the mountains and the sea.
The trail has a rich history and is known for it’s amazing build quality and attention to detail. It is a pure downhill trail built and managed purely for the advanced gravity rider by Dozer’s team at Coffs Downhill who has twenty five years experience racing, constructing and maintaining the finest quality of trails. The exciting trail contains an abundance of features including smooth jumps, exciting drops, fun fast sections and challenging natural obstacles planned and built around the natural shapes of our beautiful forest.
The venue has played host to some record breaking major events over the years thanks to Coffs Downhill with exciting future events to be staged in conjunction with Clarence Valley Mountain Bike club. The vast experience of the two parties ensures a great future for downhill mountain biking in our area for a long time to come.
Detail: The trail starts at one of two towers on top of Mt Coramba. The typical trail head starts at the lower tower with a more advanced and extremely difficult section from the top tower. The trail is just over two kilometers long bearing east towards the sea and is entirely gravity fed. The trail contains many firm bermed sections, a lot of gap jumps, advanced drops and technical sections to be ridden only by experienced and advanced riders. Some sections have an alternate line to avoid the difficult obstacles but are still intermediate level.
The trail ends with some jumps built to thrill the rider and the people visiting to spectate in an open area designed to exhibit the exciting sport. Spectators are encouraged to come along and watch any of our events that can be found at www.facebook.com/coffs.downhill
Please respect the tireless effort of the trail crew and never modify any feature of the exciting trail. Get in touch with Coffs Downhill and join in one of the advertised maintenance days and meet some of the friendly folks who put in a big effort to bring such joy to a large group of visitors.
Access to the trail is on a weathered dirt road. 4WD access is recommended and caution is advised if using a 2WD vehicle. Please be mindful of other road users.
*This trail is not and has not ever been associated with the Coffs Harbour Cycle Club. Do not contact that club for any information on anything relating to gravity riding in the area. Contact Coffs Downhiil.
Contact Coffs Downhill for trail access. The trail is closed on wet days and not to be ridden. Respect the trail builders and get in touch with us.
This trail and Coffs Downhill is managed by Dozer at Coffs Downhill. Our supporters and local club for this trail and the downhill scene in our area is Clarence Valley Mountain Bike Club.
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More Stats for Coffs Downhill Mt Coramba mountain bike trail
Altitude change-962 ft
Altitude min889 ft
Altitude max1,853 ft
Altitude start1,853 ft
Altitude end891 ft
Distance climb967 ft
Distance down1 miles
Distance flat549 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Coffs Downhill... Trail Reports
Aug 5, 2018 @ 10:27pmAug 5, 2018
|reporter Trail is undergoing preperations for our August 26th race. It is open at the moment but will be closed in the days prior to the event.|
Jan 28, 2018 @ 2:50pmJan 28, 2018
|reporter G'day, the trail is open and undergoing several repairs after our successful National Round. Please don't ride any freshly built areas and please...|
Dec 31, 2017 @ 9:04pmDec 31, 2017
|reporter Howdy folks, the Trail is closed to everyone as it undergoes yearly maintenance. Please do not ride the trail at all, no exceptions. Contact Dozer...|
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