43.1 miles
2,382 ft
-2,374 ft
1,634 ft
High Point

This loop starts and finishes ion Goomeri on the Kingaroy to Kilkivan Rail Trail. The loop has something for everyone- bitumen roads, dirt roads, Rail Trail and some interesting hill climbs. This route follows the Rail Trail out of Goomeri towards Kilkivan turning off the rail trail into Kinbobmi Rd. There are a number of hill climbs in this section. One in particular is very steep. Your leave Kinbombi Rd and travel onto Pei Rd. The surface in this section of the ride is dirt and can vary depending on the season. Pei Rd links to the Kilkoy-Murgon Rd. The surface changes back to bitumen. After leaving Kilcoy-Murgon Rd you turn onto the Highway heading to Goomeri. This is a section of 100km highway. However the edges are good and you only stay on this highway for approximately 4 kms before turning into Redgate Rd. From here there are a number of ways that you can go, depending on how you are feeling. We headed into Sippels Rd, then to Moondooner Rd and onto the Bunya Highway (for approximately 500m), then back to the Rail Trail entering the trail at Annings Rd. Traffic for the ride was very light. You need to carry all water as there is none on route. There can be some logging trucks if logging is happening in the forestry, so be aware of this.

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More Stats for Goomeri-Kinbombi Loop mountain bike route
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    807 ft
  • Altitude start
    807 ft
  • Altitude end
    817 ft
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  • Distance climb
    19 miles
  • Distance down
    20 miles
  • Distance flat
    4 miles
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