Bald Mountain has some of the most stunning views you’ll see in South East Queensland, if you’re prepared to spend a couple of hours pedaling uphill.
Today’s adventure took us on a large challenging loop through the hilly bushland and rocky outcrops of White Rock and Spring Mountain Conservation Parks near Ipswich.
The Mount Grandchester Conservation Estate is a large area of bushland owned by the Ipswich City Council. When I found out about this amazing place, I just had to check it out.
“Everesting” is the act of riding your bike up and down the same hill many times until the cumulative elevation gain reaches 8,848 metres – the height of Mount Everest.
Rebecca attempted this challenging feat by riding up and down Centre Road, in D’Aguilar National Park, fifty-seven times in less than twenty-four hours.
“That’s the second week in a row we’ve visited a place we won’t be coming back to!”
My riding buddies were right. The D’Aguilar Range has some steep hills. Some of them are best done on foot, not by bike.
Today’s ride was one of the most challenging and rewarding rides I’ve ever done. I will never do this ride again. Neither should you. Here’s why.
After five days of riding through the bush we had reached the coast. It was time fo us to ride south along the sand for a few hundred kilometres.