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The Coolest Bike Paths in the Blue Mountains

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The Blue Mountains region has plenty of sites for you go for a joyride.
So grab your bike, helmet and go out to enjoy the variety of bike paths that the Mountains has to offer.

Photos are from the Blue Mountains Australia website
1
Hanging Rock
Follow this route from Burramoko Fire Trail to Baltzer Lookout finish at the beautiful Hanging Rock.
Along this route you'll see stunning views like the Grose Valley and see the lovely native flora.
This is an easy ride so perfect for beginners.
The route is about 15.6km and can take about 1.5 hours to complete.
https://www.bluemts.com.au/info/thingstodo/mountain-bike-trails/hanging-rock-blackheath/
Burramoko Fire Trail, Blackheath NSW
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2
Narrow Neck Trail
A fun trail for experienced cyclists.
Not for beginners as it does has steep inclines and declines for you to enjoy on your bike.
You'll see great views of Sydney to the east, the backwaters of Lake Burragorang to the south east and a stunning long view of the south west.

This route is 19km return and can take between 2 - 4 hours to complete.
https://www.bluemts.com.au/info/thingstodo/mountain-bike-trails/narrow-neck-katoomba/
Glenraphael Drive, Katoomba NSW
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3
Faulconbridge Point Lookout
A popular route in the Mid Mountains. Faulconbridge Point Lookout cycling route for beginners and experienced cyclists.
there are hills, most of the track is reasonably level, and the surface is well travelled, making for a easy ride.
This route is 6.5km (one-way) and will take about 3 - 4 hours to complete.
https://www.bluemts.com.au/info/thingstodo/mountain-bike-trails/faulconbridge-point-lookout/
End of Grose Road, Faulconbridge NSW
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4
Blue Gum Swamp Track
This circuit consists of Shaws Ridge to the east and Springwood Ridge on the west. The trail descends into the valley which separates the two ridges through an area known as Blue Gum Swamp.

This is a 10km route that is great for newbies and experienced riders. Should take about an hour to complete
https://www.bluemts.com.au/info/thingstodo/mountain-bike-trails/blue-gum-swamp-winmalee/
end of White Cross Rd, Winmalee, NSW.
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