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Central West NSW info needed- Kincross, Geurie (Bald Hill), Mudgee (The Common)

Andy Bloot's picture

By Andy Bloot - Posted on 04 May 2015

A bit of a 'me time' tour Sticking out tongue, so I'll be on my own and mostly during the week
So wondering if these trails are easy to find my way around

I don't have GPS or a great sense of direction
I believe Kincross is well sign posted
Not sure about the others

Any tips or info on these 3 (+ any others I may have missed) much appreciated
Also if there's any good arvo walk options between Orange, Dubbo, Mudgee

hawkeye's picture

Kinross was a long way from being well signposted when I was up there late last year. Without a local guide I'd have been truly lost even with a GPS.

It might be better after Fiona Dick's Chocolate Foot crew went through there marking out the event trail, but that will only encompass the event trail, not the other interesting bits.

adski's picture

Agreed, I got lost at Kinross but had a great time. Geurie is an easy follow. Some well placed Strava stalking will show the squiggly bits.

Lach's picture

... are also not signposted yet (Council had approved some upgrading of the trails, but all is on hold until September to see if a particular plant is actually an endangered species - all will be revealed when it flowers apparently).

Try the Mudgee MTB Facebook page, or a local bike shop. Russell Conchie is the main mtb man in the Mudgee CC and was kind enough to show me around a couple of years ago.

Bikeboy's picture

At Geurie is well sign posted as is the Oaks trail just up the road .
Go onto the Dubbo MTB Facebook page to get more information.

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