Frequently Asked Trail Questions

Walkers in Blackwood Hill ReserveQ: How many trails do we have open?
A: We have 30 km of managed trail in Lynton Reserve, Ashby/O’Deas/Saddle Hill and Blackwood Hill Reserves.

Q: How many trails will we have open in 2016/2017?                         
A: We will have approximately 40 km open across the 4 trail Zones (Randell Park to be opened soon!)

Q: What type of trails do we have?
A: We have walk only trails, bike only trails and shared use trails. The trails range in difficulty from easy to extremely difficulty.

Trail Closed Q: Are there any trails currently closed?                                             
A: Randell Park are currently closed for use by bikes and some for walkers too, for more information please see the  Randell Park Trails page. To view all other closed trails please see the Lynton Reserve, Ashby/O’Deas/Saddle Hill and Blackwood Hill Reserve Trail pages.

 Q: Where can I ride my bike?
A: We have a number of bike trails throughout Mitcham including in Lynton Reserve, Ashby/O’Deas/Saddle Hill, Blackwood Hill, Pony Ridge Trail, Brownhill Creek Conservation Park, Belair National Park,Sturt Gorge Recreation Park (Craigburn Farm), Shepherds Hill Recreation Park and Eagle Mountain Bike Park.The trails range in difficulty from easy to extremely difficulty.

Group walkingQ: Which trails can I walk on?                                                 
A: We have a number of walking trails throughout Mitcham including in Lynton Reserve, Ashby/O’Deas/Saddle Hill, Blackwood Hill, Pony Ridge Trail, Brownhill Creek Conservation Park, Belair National Park,Sturt Gorge Recreation Park (Craigburn Farm), Shepherds Hill Recreation Park and Eagle Mountain Bike Park.The trails range in difficulty from easy to extremely difficulty.

Q: Can I walk my dog on the trails?
A: Dog walking within Council reserves is permitted unless otherwise sign posted. To ensure all users of the parks and reserves feel safe, owners are required to keep their dog under effective control or on a lead (where required) at all times. More Dog Information

If you would like to be involved or find out more about Council’s volunteer maintenance program, please click on the Get Involved link. 

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