- Trail Running
Riding AreaBelmont Regional Park
Bike TypeDH, AM, XC
DirectionBoth DirectionsPopular direction shown
SeasonBest in Summer and Autumn when dry
Global Ranking#37337 in Mountain Biking
Local Popularity25 in Mountain Biking [+]
- 55 in Trail Running
- 5 in Hiking
Sweetacres is a multi use track. It caters for walkers, runners and horses so be mindful of this when you're barrelling down it. You'll often see evidence of horses and that can be a bit slippery .
Sweetacres is a mix of open farm land, farm track and single track. It takes you from Old Coach Road to Hill Road where Hill Road and Sweetacres Drive intersect.
It is fast and it is slippery when wet. And it is fun.
There is no real return from this trail. From the bottom there are 2 ways back to the start: Up Sweetacres Drive and take a right at Normandale Road, which will take you to Old Coach Road; or up Hill Road into Belmont Regional Park, follow the sealed farm track to the farm house and take the gate on the left next to the old WWII ammunition bunker on to Old Coach Road.
Sweetacers is possibly shorter but steeper.
Access is from Old Coach Road. Old Coach Road can either be entered from the end of Normandale Road or from the entrance on the left just past the farm house in Belmont Regional Park.
Riders must enter Sweetacres from Bull-A-Varde (which is also the entrance to Bull Run). Keep right. If you take the left turn you will end up on Bull Run. Bull Run will take you to the lower car park in Belmont Regional park whereas Sweetacres will take you to approximately 200 meters before the entrance to Belmont regional park
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Traditionally Indigenous Territory
More Stats for Sweetacres mountain bike trail trail
Altitude change-716 ft
Altitude min449 ft
Altitude max1,184 ft
Altitude start1,166 ft
Altitude end449 ft
Distance climb626 ft
Distance down4,125 ft
Distance flat12 ft
Avg reverse time00:29:14
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- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
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Sweetacres Trail Reports
Aug 26, 2020 @ 1:22amAug 26, 2020
|Few muddy slippery spots, in particular where the big rocks are.|
May 31, 2020 @ 7:08pmMay 31, 2020
|reporter Slippery in the bottom section and quite a few muddy bogs and ruts starting to appear now that it is autumn/winter.|
May 22, 2020 @ 6:28pmMay 22, 2020
|Slippery. Also watch for walkers. Otherwise OK|
Apr 13, 2020 @ 9:55pmApr 13, 2020
|reporter Quite a few muddy sections in the lower bush. Very slippery, so watch your speed.|
Apr 26, 2015 @ 1:00amApr 26, 2015
|Little bit greasy towards the end|
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