St Helens Mountain Bike Trails

The St Helens Mountain Bike Trails are some of the most scenic trails in the world- where else in the world can you ride Mountains to the Sea, ending your ride in one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, the Bay of Fires.
The St Helens Mountain Bike Trails are located in two unique locations; You will find a series of stacked loops just south of the St Helens Township as well as an epic 42km wilderness trail that starts at the top of the Blue Tier and winds and wends all the way to Swimcart beach found in the internationally acclaimed Bay of Fires. That makes plenty of quality built trails for you and your family to enjoy!
Whether you like to shred some serious downhill, enjoy some cross-country flow or just want a fun day on the trails with the family, the St Helens Mountain Bike Trails have an experience for everyone. Not only that, but St Helens is the largest town on Tasmania’s east coast and as such offers plenty for you to see and do while you are taking a break from the trails.
For more information visit the St Helens MTB Trails website https://www.sthelensmtbtrails.com.au/

Contact Details

Flagstaff Road
St Helens, 7216

6376 7900
info@sthelensmtbtrails.com
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