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Here are some corrections, updates and additions to the areas mapped in the Fourth Edition of the book. See also Additions for maps of new areas not included in the Fourth Edition of the book. Your corrections and suggestions are very welcome, please drop us a line.
Noosa Trail Network
Some photographs of the Noosa Trail Network.
Kin Kin to Cooran p4
Neil Ennis says That is amazing countryside. I loved the descent from Woondum National Park down to Johnstons Lookout. It was sensational. Rainforest, single-trail, leaf litter, challenging terrain - it had everything. I'm really grateful I had full suspension though. We rode up to the top of Tablelands Road rather than going up Arthy's Road. Ride through Woodum National Park from South to North (up Tablelands Road). The northern track is a fantastic downhill, but would be murder to ride up. It takes longer than you think - you need lots of water and snacks. It's rocky. Stans no-tubes came to the rescue for me. Be prepared for flats. There are heaps of gates to open and close, including some at the bottom of steep descents. There are lots of climbs. The circuit we did (60km) must be the slowest pace I've ever done, all up it took us 8 hours - and we worked pretty hard.
The pink horses-only trail at the northern end of the map is now available for MTB:
Some photographs of Eumundi.
Some photographs of Mapleton.
Some photographs of Parklands.
Ewen Maddock / Dularcha p16-17
Some photographs of Ewen Maddock / Dularcha.
Glass House Mountains p18-19
Some photographs of Glass House Mountains.
We decided not to put the Mount Mee loop in the Fourth Edition because it's beyond rugged; here is what it looked like in the Third Edition.
Some photographs of Wamuran.
Some photographs of Bellthorpe.
Clear Mountain p23
Some photographs of Clear Mountain.
Samford Valley p24-25
The map showing how to get to Samford Village that we couldn't fit into the book; click for the PDF:
A correction to the map. The route west from Narrien Court in Samford Village is on private land despite its appearance. Please correct the map in your book by removing the link like so:
Some photographs of Samford Valley.
Camp Mountain p26
Some photographs of Camp Mountain.
Some photographs of Bunyaville.
D'Aguilar National Park p30-35
Here is a detailed map of the Lake Manchester Circuit that we decided the book didn't need; click for the PDF:
The map showing how to get to Forest Headquarters that we didn't put in the book; click for the PDF:
Some photographs of D'Aguilar.
Mount Coot-tha / Gap Creek p36-41
Some photographs of Mount Coot-tha and Gap Creek.
Good work by BCC, Australian Bush Trails and Roadie Rob's Bicycle School at Gap Creek Picnic Area - a new skills area.
Daisy Hill p44-46
The map showing how to get to Ford Road that we couldn't fit into the book; click for the PDF:
Some photographs of Daisy Hill.
Eastern Escarpment p47
Some photographs of Eastern Escarpment.
Wallaby Creek p48
The map showing how to get to Wallaby Creek that we couldn't fit into the book; click for the PDF:
Some photographs of Wallaby Creek.
Emu Street p48
The map showing how to get to Emu Street that we couldn't fit into the book; click for the PDF:
Some photographs of Emu Street Reserve.
Point Halloran p48
The map showing how to get to Point Halloran that we couldn't fit into the book; click for the PDF:
Some photographs of Point Halloran.
Some photographs of the Grass Trees and Stone Hut trails.
Brisbane Valley Rail Trail p52-59
The entire BVRT map online.
A huge detailed Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Profile; click for the PDF:
A not so detailed Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Profile; click for the PDF:
Some photographs of the Brisbane Valley.
Some photographs of Toowoomba.
Hidden Vale p64-65
Some photographs of Hidden Vale.
Upper Coomera p66
Some photographs of Upper Coomera.
Some photographs of Coombabah.
Duck Creek Road p68
Some photographs of Duck Creek Road.
Wyaralong / Mount Joyce p69-72
Some photographs of Wyaralong / Mount Joyce.
Spicers Gap p74
Some photographs of Spicers Gap.
Amiens & Passchendaele p76-77
The map showing how to get to Amiens and Passchendaele that we couldn't fit into the book; click for the PDF: