The purpose of today’s ride was to explore some of the history around Jimna as we followed twisty forest trails high in the Conondale Range.
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Ever since my first visit to beautiful North Stradbroke Island last year with Jonathan, I’ve wanted to return and explore it on the bike.
When Jason suggested we catch the ferry across this weekend, I jumped at the opportunity.
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Words fail me when I try to describe the rugged beauty of the Border Track which follows the precarious ridge along the state border between Queensland and NSW.
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A couple of weeks ago, Eric and a few other friends rode 350km over four days from the Bunya Mountains in Queensland’s South Burnett region to Brisbane.
After looking at the route that he took, I mentioned that I thought he could shorten it and complete the journey in two days.
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I love the idea of setting forth from my front door on a multi-day trip. How far will I get? Where will I end up? Who will I meet? What will I see?
While it’s not in the same league as those epic adventures that last for weeks at a time, I
Continue reading Day 1 – Lawnton to Maleny ≫
“What lottery did I win to be able to see places like this every week?” I muttered to myself as rolled down a quiet road with the huge peaks of Mount Barney soaring above me.
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If you head south from Gatton towards the Queensland border, you’ll eventually run into an imposing wall of mountains. The Great Dividing Range is difficult to cross here, except for a couple of hidden valleys. Today we visited Black Duck Creek and explored one of these secret pockets
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My daughter Laura and her partner Ken are visiting us from Scotland for a few days, so I thought today would be a good opportunity to enjoy some on-foot exploration of the Glasshouse Mountains.
Although they’re half a world away from the bonnie braes and glens
Continue reading Ngungun ≫