Do I need a map?

Most definitely! Maps can be purchased from the Department of Parks and Wildlife offices in Kensington, Mundaring, Dwellingup and Collie during office hours (8:30 – 16:30 Monday – Friday). Maps are often also available from tourist centres, many bike shops, outdoor stores and bookshops.

Please do not attempt to ride the Trail relying solely on the trail markers and they can be missed or may be missing.

There are nine maps that cover the Trail. In addition there are several publications produced by the Foundation and Parks and Wildlife that will assist you.

Maps are not available online for free as it takes money to keep a free resource "free". All money raised by the sale of maps and Guidebooks are used solely for the upkeep of the Munda Biddi Trail. Making them available for free would mean that much needed funds would no longer be available to help keep the Trail of a world class standard and free to ride.

The terrain profile on the map is useful to see the overall topography of the Trail route. The terrain profile also indicates the difficulty level of the Trail. Challenging sections contain some steep hills while the easy sections have mainly gentle grades.