Navigation for CCT and BNT without the suburbs

Canberra Centenary Trail without the suburbs” explains how Canberra can be circumnavigated on dirt tracks on a combination of the Bicentennial National Trail (BNT) and the Canberra Centenary Trail (CCT). The Komoot app provides navigation on the smartphone. The route passes through or by Canberra Nature Park. The links are provided below.

The sections on Komoot

The routes for each section can be downloaded on the Komoot app.

Section A CCT R3 Constitution Avenue stop to R7 Weston Creek Terminus
Section A CCT R3 Constitution Avenue stop to R7 Weston Creek Terminus
Section B CCT R7 Weston Creek Terminus to R1 Gungahlin Terminus
Section B CCT R7 Weston Creek Terminus to R1 Gungahlin Terminus
Section C BNT CCT R1 Gungahlin Terminus to R2 Fraser West Terminus
Section C BNT CCT R1 Gungahlin Terminus to R2 Fraser West Terminus
Section D BNT CCT R2 Fraser West Terminus to R10 Denman Prospect Terminus
Section D BNT CCT R2 Fraser West Terminus to R10 Denman Prospect Terminus
Section E CCT R10 Denman Prospect Terminus to R7 Weston Creek Terminus
Section E CCT R10 Denman Prospect Terminus to R7 Weston Creek Terminus
Section F CCT R7 Weston Creek Terminus to R4 Tuggeranong Interchange
Section G CCT R4 Tuggeranong Interchange to R6 Red Hll stop
Section G CCT R4 Tuggeranong Interchange to R6 Red Hll stop
Gravel path, Himalayan Cedar Forest, National Arboretum, Canberra.
Gravel path, Himalayan Cedar Forest, National Arboretum, Canberra.

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