The ACT has big mountains, by Australian standards, but none of them are in the Canberra. Reading the article “Hill climbs of interest in the suburbs”, it is worth remembering that Canberra was built where it is because it is so flat.
Mountain bike riding in Namadgi National Park, Brindabella National Park.
Ok, it is not in London, but still interesting.
Gravel circuit not far from the Namadgi National Park Visitor Centre.
Namadgi National Park and Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve are worth a visit.
Namadgi National Park opens in the north and south.
Some mountain bikers like it steep and Mount Rob Roy is certainly that.
We expect some sign of the fires but found none between Lanyon Homestead and the Honey Suckle Creek turnoff.
Tharwa is the end of urban Canberra in the south and a 30km ride from Civic for the road cyclist. The bike path ends at Banks.
We are very lucky in Canberra to live in such a cycle-friendly city. We can ride pretty much anywhere, but there are a few things to consider.