A brisk morning but sunny.
I drove to Bouddi National Park for a bike ride along Daleys Trail.
The main trail is a good ride with a couple of steep ups and downs and large humps on the road to reduce water erosion. Towards the end of the trail, the road branches into three directions.
The first is a fun ride to the right leading to a trig point and views with narrow sections and small drop offs.
The second goes straight ahead leading to an Aboriginal site with a number of rock carving on the sandstone. There are number of tracks leading all over the place through the thick bush which doesn't disturb the sacred site. A number of great views over Brisbane Water.
The third branch to the left is service road that becomes very steep towards the end. I did this one ages ago.
Along the way, there were a few small fun tracks that meandered all over the place. one track lead to the top of a sandstone ledge which was great for wandering around with the tops of the trees growing below at eye level
A fun 5.45km ride.
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