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Mogo Trails project

Construction on 150km of trails started in early 2023, and the first stage, east of Mogo village, is potentially opening in winter 2024.  The trail design and build, funded by state and federal grants to the Eurobodalla Shire Council, are being managed by Rocky Trail Destination, with the construction by Next Level MTB.

The trails, alongside the new trails in Narooma and Eden, and with existing high quality trails in Nowra and Tathra, will create a nationally and possibly globally significant MTB destination for visitor and major events.

Monthly progress reports are posted on the BBMTB Facebook page. 

Photos courtesy of Rocky Trail Destination and Next Level MTB, phot credit KiPhotomedia. 

Current Trails

**BBMTB trail working bees will get under way when permits are in place with the land managers**  
Click on the maps to go to Trail Forks for details of trails including updates on conditions.

Our trails are currently maintained by volunteers. If you come across damaged or blocked trails on the network please share the location on the club facebook page, or email the club so that it can be addressed. 

Deep Creek Dam Loop

The "Dam Loop" is the most commonly ridden network of trails in the Batemans Bay area.  There are approximately 17km of mostly intermediate trails with some occasional challenging features.    

Most riders start at a trail head at the intersection of Ridge Road and Dog Trap Road.  The trails can also be accessed from the Eurobodalla Regional Botanical Gardens, when they are open, by riding up Deep Creek Dam Road to the dam wall.   

Note that Lock Down, Jack Hammer, Burnt Offerings, Vietnam and Snake Pit are now closed due to new trails construction. 

Maulbrooks Road

The Maulbrooks Road MTB trails are in variable condition and deeply rutted in places. Some trails have been impacted by recent harvesting. 

Renovation/rebuilding of the Snake Track is complete for now. The suggested route for riders (especially summer visitors) is to park at the main Maulbrooks carpark, ride along Maulbrooks Road and up Sandy Pinch Road to the top of Snake Track, down Snake and after a few repeat loops up Sandy Pinch and down Snake Track, back to the main carpark using Trailhead Track. The former black arrow circuit (Kick Start, Loopy, … AST etc) has not been maintained and quite likely has fallen branches / saplings over it, so best not to ride it.


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