Anyone who has booked flights to Perth should consider taking a ride down its latest cycle path.

People who have booked flights to Perth in search of adventure and excitement on their holidays to Australia may want to consider hiring a bike and following one of the region’s newest cycle trails.

Although it is only half open at present, the Munda Biddi Trail was selected as one of the ten best cycle routes in the world by the National Geographic in its book Journeys of a Lifetime.

Currently the route is 500km long, with the next section due to open in September this year and the final phase is set to be completed by 2012.

When it is fully open, it will stretch for over 1,000km, linking Perth to Albany.

The trail’s Aborigine name – Munda Biddi – means path through the forest and it winds its way through bushland and jarrah forest.

Once the main trail is completed, there are plans to add more challenging off-road spurs and loops to allow those with a love of serious biking to enjoy some additional adventure along the route.

Written by Anthony Nicholson

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