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      Hobart is located on the estuary of the Derwent River in the state's south-east. Geologically Hobart is built predominantly on Jurassic dolerite around the foothills interspersed with smaller areas of Triassic siltstone and Permian mudstone. Hobart extends along both sides of the Derwent River; on the western shore from the Derwent valley in the north through the flatter areas of Glenorchy which rests on older Triassic sediment and into the hilly areas of New Town, Lenah Valley. Both of these areas rest on the younger Jurassic dolerite deposits, before stretching into the lower areas such as the beaches of Sandy Bay in the south, in the Derwent estuary. South of the Derwent estuary lies Storm Bay and the Tasman Peninsula.

      The Eastern Shore also extends from the Derwent valley area in a southerly direction hugging the Meehan Range in the east before sprawling into flatter land in suburbs such as Bellerive. These flatter areas of the eastern shore rest on far younger deposits from the Quaternary. From there the city extends in an easterly direction through the Meehan Range into the hilly areas of Rokeby and Oakdowns, before reaching into the tidal flatland area of Lauderdale.

      Hobart has access to a number of beach areas including those in the Derwent estuary itself; Sandy Bay, Cornelian Bay, Nutgrove, Kingston, Bellerive, and Howrah Beaches as well as many more in Frederick Henry Bay such as; Seven Mile, Roaches, Cremorne, Clifton, and Goats Beaches.
      source: Wikipedia
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      Photos of Hobart Mountain Bike

      trail: North South
      3 |
      May 27, 2017 @ 7:44pm
      16 hours
      North South, Brisbane
      trail: North South
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      May 27, 2017 @ 7:44pm
      16 hours
      North South, Brisbane
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      trail: Tip Top
      43 |
      Oct 20, 2016 @ 8:32pm
      Oct 20, 2016
      Tip Top, Hobart
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      trail: Rut Line
      46 |
      Jul 10, 2016 @ 2:14am
      Jul 10, 2016
      Rut Line, My City
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      Videos of Hobart Mountain Bike

      Luge the Luge
      trail: Lower Luge
      1:48 | 26 | Apr 15, 2017
      Jumping around
      trail: sdrifty
      0:11 | 16 | Apr 15, 2017
      sdrifty
      trail: sdrifty
      1:42 | 58 | Feb 25, 2017
      Hobart Corners
      0:21 | 190 | Oct 21, 2016
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      Hobart Mountain Bike Routes

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      The Meehan Monster
      14.5 miles
      Lachlan Loop
      20.9 miles
      Mega Hoot
      3.8 miles
      Big Bender
      7.9 miles

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      Bike & Skill Parks

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      Acton Jumpsskill parkHobart
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      Nearby Riding Areas

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      Knocklofty Reserve 13 17 11.4 km
      Cascades 5 17 12.9 km
      Shag Bay 7 5 13.2 km
      Mount Nelson 8 4 13.2 km
      Ridgeway Park 15 10 13.2 km

      Stats

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      Trails
      257
      Total Distance
      162.6 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      92.4 miles
      Total Descent
      10.1 miles
      Highest Trailhead
      3,724 ft
      Total Vertical
      3,712 ft
      Reports
      48
      Photos
      80
      Ridden Counter
      3,197
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