Mystic MTB Park has trails for all abilities, but it you are keen for some fast, technical downhill, you’ve come to the right place.
Warm up on the flatter, twisty riverside trails before gaining altitude on the up tracks and sending it as fast as you dare on the way back down. Tackle the trails from Hazeldine Road including the tight and twisting Cork Screw, then keep up the cadence as you head through Caros. Be rewarded by dropping into Fly by Night and take a bite out of Rhys Pieces before cooling your heels on the ride down the Gully.
You’ll feel like you’re flying when you tackle Mystic’s Hero Trail. Deep manicured berms, big table tops and gap jumps, ramps and a whole lot of fun; the trail is the jewel in Mystic Hill’s crown. If big gravity is your thing then get yourself up here and ride or shuttle to the top, you’ll be smiling from ear to ear after just one run.
Let’s get technical
Now you’ve warmed up, hit up The Eiger, Elevation and double black Mystic DH for tight, twisty, technical turns.
Most trails start at the Mystic MTB Park Trailhead on Coronation Avenue, 3 km from the centre of Bright, where you will find a trail map. Check out the Trailforks App for trail descriptions.
Trail difficulty markers:
Green – beginner
Blue – intermediate
Black – advanced
Season – Year round
Trailhead – Coronation Avenue, opposite Mystic Lane, Bright
Cost – Free
Shuttles – If you are just starting out we don’t recommend booking shuttles. Shuttles are dropped off at the top of the Hero trail and should only be used by confident cyclists. If you are new to mountain biking we suggest starting lower on the river trails.
Car Parking – Trailhead and at the Mystic Paragliding landing pad further along Coronation Avenue across the river.
Toilets – Mystic Paragliding landing pad further along Coronation Avenue across the river and Pioneer Park.
Water station – Trailhead, Pioneer Park, Paragliding Landing Pad
MTB Hire – CyclePath and All Terrain Cycles located in the centre of Bright village.
Trail Map – located at the trailhead and via Trailforks app