Glasshouse Mountains
Mount Tibrogargan.

Roam the access roads throughout the pine forest nested among the famous Glasshouse Mountains. There’s a number of lookouts in the area to checkout and many route options which can make it easier to get lost to be sure to take a map and food/water.

The area can become very muddy during rain and the mud sticks to everything making for an uncomfortable ride.

There are many 4WD and motorbike specific trails that are usually comprised of deep ruts, mud holes and exposed rock faces and very steep ascents/descents that require a motorised vehicle to handle. They’re not particularly fun and in the interest of safety are best avoided.

We suggest you take the local council’s suggested route, see further information below.

How to Get There

Normal club meeting spot is at the Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club along Steve Irwin Way. Google Maps

Further information

Sunshine Coast Council Website – Mountain Biking Guide and Maps.

One of the many forestry access roads around the glasshouse mountains

One of the many forestry access roads around the glasshouse mountains

View of Coonowrin and Beerwah mountains from the trail.

View of Coonowrin and Beerwah mountains from the trail.

Know of some more tracks in the area? Let us know and we’ll put them on the site.

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