Length: 18 mi (29 km)
Elevation: +2,366/ -2,369 ft
Total: 74 riders
Mountain Biking Stromlo Forest Park
#1 of 5 mountain bike trails in Australian Capital Territory
Some sweet DH and XC combination network of trails making for great fun and adrenaline rush. There are three types levels of trails, including Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.
For more see map - http://www.stromloforestpark.com.au/map/index.html
First added by krystof on Apr 2, 2008. Last updated May 11, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: yes
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: yes
- Restrooms: yes
- Fat bike grooming: unknown
- E-bikes allowed: yes
- Fee required: unknown
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The main entrance to Stromlo Forest Park is located off Uriarra Road in Stromlo.
There are a number of options available to get to Stromlo Forest Park via car.
Traveling from the South
Drive North on the Tuggeranong Parkway and turn left onto Cotter Road. Remain on Cotter Road and turn right into Uriarra Road. You will see Stromlo Forest Park located on the left hand side with the main entrance located approximately 1 kilometre on the left hand side. The entrance is approximately 150 metres West of the Uriarra Road and Coppins Crossing Intersection.
Traveling from the North - Option 1
Drive South on the Tuggeranong Parkway and turn right onto Cotter Road. Remain on Cotter Road and turn right into Uriarra Road. You will see Stromlo Forest Park located on the left hand side with the main entrance located approximately 1 kilometre on the left hand side. The entrance is approximately 150 metres west of the Uriarra Road and Coppins Crossing Intersection.
Traveling from the North - Option 2
From William Hovell Drive, turn into Coppins Crossing Road and follow this until you reach the intersection of Coppins Crossing Road and Uriarra Road. Turn right onto Uriarra Road and the main entrance to Stromlo Forest Park are located approximately 150 metres on the left hand side.
One of the best trails around.Thank |
Fun Fun Fun, with a shuttle bus got 7 rides in and no way did I ride all the tracks, a must do...Thank |
Loved this place as a first track!Thank |
This place is an absolute blast. A mixture of easy and advanced with everything in between. I was only there for two days and didn't see everything.
Some of the best MTBing I've ever had! Will be back very soon!Thank |
really good, car park at the top wich is reallly handy for those that like downhill and dont want to ride uphill, like me.Thank |
A must for all mountain bikers, fantastic choice of tracks to ride from XC to DH, riding skyline and onto the luge is epic!Thank |
Awesome MTB I have ever done!Thank |
we only rode the downhill trail and hiked back up the trail a couple of times,it has recently had some maintanance for upcoming comp.the crazy stuff had padlocked gates which is probobly a good thingThank |
50km of XC/AM single track, two DH trails, showers, water, power, parking all within easy cycling distance of the bar! Doesnt get much sweeter! World champs course and plenty there for the family...technical trial features and a sweet 4km XC DHThank |
Overall a great venue.Thank |
Great variety here in the seemingly endless XC, and nice DH with a chicken-option at jumps.
Amenities block at base of hill is first rate for a cleanup before a coffee or ale.
A great model for anyone with $'s to throw at a dev't for mtbs.