I parked at the visitors centre at Maitland Bay. A short ride up the road and onto the tracks.
Firstly, the turkey track which at times skirts along the edge of an escarpment. There were a lot of tracks which basically ran parallel with the road but crisscross at times. I was doing better over the rocky sections than last ride.
Secondly, was the Macmaster Trail, which is basically a service road. It was steep in parts and there were some short diversion tracks along the way.
Thirdly, was the Little Valley Trail, which turned out to be a dead end. It ended in private property 'no trespassing'. The service road was very steep with humps. The humps were to reduce water erosion. A fun ride down and a steep walk back to the top.
I rode around a few smaller trails and headed back to the start.
elevation range 118 m
A good ride but I don't think I'd bother with the Macmasters trail again.