16 miles
Distance
1,358 ft
Climb
-1,361 ft
Descent
257 ft
High Point

The very scenic trails of Bayview Conservation Park. This trail is host to the famous ‘Bayview Blast’ MTB race/event organised by local club Brisbane South MTB Club. The club has spent countless hours creating epic trails in the South Brisbane Region.

Without a doubt a favourite with everyone is the Sorceress trail. Scorceress is a load of downhill fun and the climb back out up Wolf Peach has you rolling passed some very large Australian Native Gums which are currently dropping bark and look absolutely stunning. It’s hard not to get lost in the scenery of this National Park. Spoilt with Bay Views from the top of a fairly easy climb. Just a quick roll down and you hit the the Bird Cage and Maze trails which has you dodging a maze of Grass Trees. Keep an eye out or you may end up running into one.

There are definitely a few interesting things to find on these trails including an abandoned Dunny (Australian slang for a toilet). But I won’t spoil it for you by telling you too much. Flowing through Bayview on some nicely groomed trails just outside of Brisbane City reminds us how lucky we are in South East Queensland to have so much choice of MTB trails.

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RATS Cycling Club (www.ratscc.com.au)
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More Stats for Bayview mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    -3 ft
  • Altitude min
    63 ft
  • Altitude start
    139 ft
  • Altitude end
    136 ft
  • Grade
    -0.004%
  • Grade max
    -17.549%
  • Grade min
    17.586%
  • Distance climb
    7 miles
  • Distance down
    7 miles
  • Distance flat
    3 miles
Avg: 4 (1 votes)
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