Pony Xpress Details
Riding areaHassans Walls
Trail UsageBiking Primary
DirectionDownhill PrimaryPopular direction shown
TTFs on trailBerm, Drop, Jump, Gap Jump, Ladder Bridge, Rock Face, Rock Garden
The Pony Express is to be the new club DH track.
Officially it is only open to club members and on club days.
Bottom section crosses land leased by the Lithgow Pony Club. A lot of work, by both our organisations, has gone into getting this arrangement approved so don't stuff it up by being a tool.
If you come across a horse rider stop and dismount then walk you bike slowly past. If the horse acts up. stop and ask the rider what he/she wants you to do, then follow their instructions.
Where the trail comes out into the open paddock if there are people parked cars or horses please just get off and walk the 200-300 meters past the horse yards and then remount.
Skinny and the BARm crew have put a huge amount of work into building the trail and there will be regular maintenance days so chip in and lend a hand.
The Lithgow pony club have monthly local events during which they have young inexperienced riders in the gully up to the bottom of the trail..
DO NOT, under any circumstance ride through the grounds while a horse event is taking place. Dismount and walk past the riders.
Your respect for Pony club wishes is greatly appreciated
Some Back ground info and volunteer trail maintenance forms can be viewed here http://ctmbc.net/node/17812
Head in left at the Hassans Wall sign at the top of the hil
Local Trail Association
More Stats for Pony Xpress mountain bike trail
Altitude change-483 ft
Altitude min3,177 ft
Altitude max3,661 ft
Altitude start3,661 ft
Altitude end3,178 ft
Distance climb281 ft
Distance down4,520 ft
Distance flat320 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
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