Relentless Blue Details
This 6km loop consists of a tough climb and a fast, thrilling descent. Starting from Pemberton (natural) swimming pool it is part of the growing network of trails at the Pemberton Forest Mountain Bike Park.
Park at the swimming pool and after warming up on the XC skills loop, follow the signs crossing over the bridge at the SW end of the pool and start the climb.
For around 4km the trail switches back tightly on itself before opening out on some faster sections at the top of the hill.
Eventually you will reach the edge of the forest, cross a fire road and start the fast descent back to the pool. This is also the start of the Green Cool Runnings downhill.
At the bottom of the descent it is possible to turn left and climb steeply on the fire road on the edge of the forest to access the Relentless Blue or Cool Runnings descent again (rather than the longer, slower Cool Runnings climb).
To return to the swimming pool either follow the wide track above the pool or go a short way alongside Golf Links Rd and return on the fun XC Skills loop.
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More Stats for Relentless Blue mountain bike trail
Altitude change23 ft
Altitude min346 ft
Altitude max590 ft
Altitude start346 ft
Altitude end370 ft
Distance climb1 miles
Distance down1 miles
Distance flat1,463 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Relentless Blue Trail Reports
Oct 27, 2016 @ 7:37pmOct 27, 2016
|reporter Trails are running well, cleared & ready to ride.|
Sep 30, 2016 @ 1:27amSep 30, 2016
|reporter Large Karri limb removed, fallen trees - Wattles have been sorted. Many water points have been cleared and opened up to aid drainage|
Sep 30, 2016 @ 1:24amSep 30, 2016
|reporter Wet with muddy spots on various trails.Trails are running very well considering the continuing rain. Ride to the conditions|
Aug 16, 2016 @ 7:02amAug 16, 2016
|reporter Significant rain over the past month and forecast this week 12.8.2016. Some tree limbs and sticks falling with the storms on the trails. Trails...|
Jul 30, 2016 @ 7:58pmJul 30, 2016
|reporter The two big Black Wattles in the graveyard have been removed.|
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