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Trails you can ride without Mystic membership

Bright is located in Victoria's High Country so it's surrounded by an abundance of mountain bike trails near Mystic Park.

The following trails are outside of the working commercial pine plantation so don't require membership to access. 

These trails are ideal for warming up before climbing, learning MTB skills for kids and beginners or a quick pedal in between other Bright activities. 

While these trails are free, it is recommended all riders still:

Alpine Shire's Bright Skills Park

Location: North of Coronation Avenue, same side of road as Mystic Park Trailhead and Car Park

Enter and exit from Coronation Avenue, Churchill Avenue, Cobden Street or Wandi Walk along Morses Creek.

Free Trails:

  • Roger Packham Track

  • Hot Wheels

  • Pump Track

  • Jumps Park

  • Rock Ya Shox

  • The Highway

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Morses Creek

Location: South of Coronation Avenue, bottom of the mountain along the creek. 

Enter from Dougherty's Bridge on Coronation Avenue or Morses Creek Road.

Free Trails:

  • Flying Solo

  • The Rapids

  • Wombat's Lair

  • Rollercoaster

  • K2

Note: Sugar Glider is located on HVP land, therefore requires membership to ride

Bakers Gully

Enter and exit from Bakers Gully Road.

Free Trails:

  • 24 Sycamore

  • Steve's Super Highway


Enter from McFadyens Lane (off Bakers Gully Road) or Ballroom Court (off Coronation Ave)

Free Trails:

  • Ballroom Blitz

  • Gold Rush

  • Grate Expectations

  • Huggins Downhill

  • Switchbacks

  • Rolling Thunder

Outside of Bright

Indigo Epic Trail (56km loop) links Beechworth with Yackandandah. Built to an intermediate blue rating and it's open year-round. 


Dinner Plain is an all-seasons alpine village which creates a magnificent setting for these flowy trails that leave from the village.

Mt Beauty's Big Hill Mountain Bike Park has kilometre after kilometre of top quality cross-country and downhill trails.

Falls Creek MTB Park has over 40km of singletrack winding through snowgums in brilliant alpine terrain.

> Find out more on Ride High Country's MTB website.

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