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  • Bicycle Skate Kiosk
  • Carpark
  • Shelters
  • Lookout Point
  • Cycling Track
  • Restrooms
Chestnut Nature Park

Things To Do

  • Photography

    Bird watching / Photography

    Globally threatened species such as the Straw-headed Bulbul and the Brown-chested Jungle Flycatcher, as well as species such as the Banded Woodpecker, Orange-bellied Flowerpecker and Little Spiderhunter can be spotted. For more details on the flora and fauna that can be found, please click here.

    Photographers are encouraged to hashtag #nparksbuzz when sharing photos.

  • Chestnut Nature Park

    Hiking

    Chestnut Nature Park (South) has a 2.1km hiking trail, while Chestnut Nature Park (North) has a 3.5km hiking trail. This brings the total length
    of hiking trails in the entire nature park to 5.6 km.

  • Mountain Biking

    Mountain Biking

    The 8.2 km mountain biking trail at the fully completed Chestnut Nature Park comprises varying levels of difficulty ranging from easy, moderately difficult, very difficult and extremely difficult.

    Chestnut Pump Track
    A type of mountain biking skills training area, a pump track consists of a circuit of banked turns and features designed to be ridden by riders via up and down body moments, or "pumping". Chestnut Pump Track caters to riders of all skill levels to practise and to advance their techniques within a controlled environment. The pump track is uniquely designed with four subsections, one easy area, two intermediate areas, and a fast bowl that can be ridden collectively as one, when needed. The pump track is best enjoyed with a jump specific hard-tail mountain bike. Appropriate safety gear, including a helmet, is a must when using the pump track.

    Chestnut Bike Park
    Chestnut Bike Park is an area for seasoned mountain bikers to advance their biking skills, and to practise techniques for technical features, like drop offs and jumps. It consists of four progressive skills lines and a skills area. The bike park is best enjoyed with a full suspension mountain bike. Do take responsibility for your own personal safety and use the bike park at the level you are comfortable with. Appropriate safety gear, including a helmet, is a must when using the Bike Park.

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Last updated on 29 March 2018

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