Adventure Directory

Blogs are a fickle thing. They are a great way to quickly add information to the internet, but are not particularly effective for information management.

To combat this I’ve decided to build a page dedicated to keeping track of the exciting fun things I may or may not have really done. So here goes.

Locations

Tasmania

Summary of cycle touring in Tasmania

Photos from riding around Tassie

Walls of Jerusalem and Overland Track

Cape Huay

NSW/ACT

Namadgi National Park Crazy Ride

Mt Kuringai to Berowra (V1) (V2)

Hill End

Brindabella Snow “Ride”

Mt Kosciusko Snow Shoeing Trip

Pindar Cave

Lawson Ridge

Whungee Wheengee Canyon

Lithgow to Jenolan Caves (Return)

Queensland

Long Weekend Cycle Tour – Rosewood – Lake Moogerah – Ipswich

Brisbane Adventures #3

Sunshine Coast and Hinterland – Not Flat

Glasshouse Mountains Day 

Riding with the crazy dutch guy!

Daisy Hill Mountain Biking

Stradbroke Island Cycling

Northern Territory

Road Trip Brisbane to Alice Springs

Mt Gillen 6hr MTB Enduro – Alice Springs

East Side Mountain Biking

Three Flats and an Amazing Sunset

Mountain Bike Trails of Alice Springs

Simpsons Gap Evening with Gregor and Mikey

Western Australia

Kimberley Adventures – many and varied through work travels I suggest doing a search of the posts.

South Australia

Kangaroo Island Cycle Tour

Victoria

Great Ocean Walk

New Zealand

New Zealand Travels (plus a few more posts)

North Island

South Island

Dream Rides

Updated list of Rides that I want to do…

5 thoughts on “Adventure Directory

  1. Pingback: Keeping Track of Adventures | The Graceful Cyclists

  2. I’m thinking of doing something similar under my map – but then wonder if I need to since I’ve gone to the trouble of creating a map in the first place!
    You’ve certainly been to some fabulous places and got some great photos.
    Thanks for sharing.
    ; )

      • If you want to set up an interactive map and get stuck let me know. The first version was straight forward, then when I re-did it WordPress had changed something and it took a lot more effort to figure out how to embed a replacement map.
        The only downside is I have no idea how many people actually click on the map. Oh well.

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