Mountain Bike Trail | Barossa Adventure Station | Angaston

Angaston Mountain Bike Trail at Barossa Adventure Station

A one-way 1km trail in the heart of the Barossa, the loop incorporates a range of fun features such as rollers, berms, a wall ride, and timber bridge to improve your riding skills.

TrailScapes completed the design and construction of the Angaston Mountain Bike Trail for The Barossa Council as part of “The Big Project”, the region’s sport, recreation, art and culture infrastructure project.

To be enjoyed responsibly, respecting social distancing rules, this unique loop is one to be ‘sessioned’ time after time, trying the different features on offer. Lap after lap, riders of all ages and ability levels can enjoy the bike trail at their own pace. This is a great trail to gain confidence on the bike.

TrailScapes Pty Ltd is an international trail building company based in Adelaide which specialises in the planning, design, building and maintenance of sustainable trails.

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For more information and all enquiries please visit the Trailscapes website or follow them on Facebook.

What:  Angaston Mountain Bike Trail

When:  Open May 2020 

Where:  Barossa Adventure Station | Corner of Washington & Fife Street, Angaston

Who:  Everyone

At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

Image Source: All images via Trailscapes Facebook page

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