Nail Can Hill is part of the regional crown reserve, to the west of the city, and is an area of extensive undulating bushland.
The area features a network of trails used for bushwalking, running and mountain bike riding. Nail Can Hill is also home to Albury’s famous Nail Can Hill Run – a popular 11.3 kilometre event that has been held in May each year since 1977.
As the terrain is very steep in places, the trail is not recommended for beginners.
To enjoy your time exploring Nail Can Hill, be sure to stay on the Ridge Trail as shown on the map. Many more trails exist as part of the Rural Fire Service trail network, but these are unsuitable for bike riding.
This trail has many spectacular views however as the area is a haven for some of the region’s rare flora and fauna, please stay on the main trail.