About Hassans Walls
The strategy puts the 780-hectare Hassans Walls Reserve as the centre location to develop a quality 9.5km mountain bike network suitable for all skill levels. The Reserve boasts the highest point within the Blue Mountains and would make some thrilling trails, if constructed and designed correctly.
Building a mountain bike network within this reserve should also take full advantage of the natural assets in the reserve by taking riders to the most scenic locations possible.
To cater for all levels of riders, the strategy proposes a number of trails including:
- Green Climb Trail (shared) of 3,316m - offers an easy climb option to all trail users heading to the Hassans Walls Lookout.
- Green Descent of 2,000m - Super Flow trail promises to be popular with riders of all skill levels.
- Blue Descent of 1,600m - mixes aspects of old school technical with a twist of modern machine-built features
- Black Descent (Pony Express).
- Beginner Loop - loop trail is the most accessible in the network and will cater mainly to families.
Lithgow City Council is now inviting members of the community to have their say on the draft strategy.
Read full Exhibition Draft Hassans Wall Mountain Bike Strategy 2021 here.
Submissions with the reference “Draft Mountain Bike Strategy” will be accepted up until 4.30pm Friday, 23 April 2021 via: