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There are many MTB Trails on the Cape West Coast where families and beginners to experts will find a mountain bike trail to suit them. The fitter expert riders will find other more challenging MTB trail options in the Koringberg, Piketberg, Porterville and Cederberg mountains.
MTB Trails for Beginners
MTB on the West Coast Peninsula Trails are mostly eco rides and more for leisurely riders looking for a scenic, interesting and fun ride.
West Coast National Park near Langebaan 13km and 17 km trails with a mix of tar and jeep tracks with awesome views of small game and birds.
West Coast Fossil Park near Langebaan
has 4 marked trails from 3km to 10km which wind their way around the historical fossil site.
Intermediate to Advanced MTB Trails
Koringberg MTB Trail – Koringberg is 16 km from Moorreesburg and the core of the trail is about 35 km long. It includes fast jeep track, hard granny-ring climbs, panoramic views, steep rough down hills, sharp hairpin single tracks, country roads and rolling farm hills This ride can vary from 35-60km and requires good mountain biking skills and a moderate to high level of fitness.
Misverstand Dam is about 10km from there where one can relax, enjoy water sport, drinks and meals, at the resort.
Aurora MTB Trail is an easy to moderate trail of 20-30km and runs from the little town Aurora at the west of the Piketberg Mountain range, all the way to Kapteinskop. It has a long and steady climb to more than 1000 meters.
Mountain Mist - Aurora
Mountain Biking Trail in Cederberg
Explore the stunning Cederberg Wilderness and see Lots Wife and Window Rocks on two wheels. This awesome landscape offers incredible mountain bike opportunities.
Grab a permit and map at Dwarsrivier or Algeria Forest Station (Nature Conservation HQ for Cederberg Wilderness). Take lots of water and don’t forget sunblock and a puncture kit. Distance: 12.5 km. The Wolfberg Mountain Bike Trail is 7.5 km long. Warning: Watch out for hikers
Tel: + 27 (0)74 4155871
Type: Mountain bike
Mountain Biking on the Cape West Coast