Mountain bike from the summit of Mount Lofty all the way back to Adelaide, with exclusive cycling access to Cleland Conservation Park. Take you on a unique adventure through native bush, see the local wildlife, visit Cleland Wildlife Park, and ride trails only recently opened to cyclists.
Get picked up from Central Adelaide, and driven you to the summit of Mount Lofty, which at 710m is the highest point in the Mount Lofty Ranges, and offers stunning views of Adelaide, the Adelaide hills, and the plains below. From here it is downhill all the way back to Adelaide!
After a taking in the scenic views from the top of Mount Lofty, the team will make sure you are comfortable and happy with your bike and helmet. It is then a short ride though Cleland Conservation park to the first stop of the day, Cleland Wildlife park. Here you will have a chance to wander at leisure and feed or pat kangaroos, wallabies, emus and many other native wildlife. You may even have the chance to pat a koala.
After a little morning tea, gradually descend though the park on gentle meandering 4WD trails, all the way back to the city. Cruise though the quiet back streets and parks of Adelaide to finish up in Central Adelaide.
Please note, this experience is not available during the winter season.
The trip runs with a minimum of 3 and maximum of 10.
In the event of rain or inclement weather including +35 degrees the your experience may be cancelled. You will be contacted by the experience provider and rescheduled.
Suitable comfortable clothing for riding a bike off-road. Enclosed shoes are essential. Also consider a lightweight jacket if forecast looks wet & an extra layer in case it gets cold
This experience is suitable for any reasonably active person who is comfortable riding a bike on unsurfaced roads for about 2 hours in total. The riding is mainly on gentle downhill trails, or on flat trails. Participants must be 12 years or older.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them.