Launceston & Region Trails
Launceston has three specific locations to ride. (see maps below)
1. Trevallyn Nature Recreation Area (managed by Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service)
2. Kate Reed Nature Recreation Area (managed by Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service)
3. Hollybank Forest (managed by Sustainable Timber Tasmania)
The tracks and trails within Kate Reed and Trevallyn Nature Recreation Areas are shared use. Please respect other users within these areas and slow down and give way to walkers.
There are also old trails in the foothills and forest around Ben Lomond National Park. A 45 minute drive from Launceston.
Blue Derby Mountain Bike Trails are about 90 minutes from Launceston.
Or for a comprehensive guide of where to ride in Tassie go to either;
Volunteering requirements for Kate Reed and Trevallyn Nature Recreation Areas
Prior to recommencing, volunteers must review the information and submit completed forms as follows:
Kate Reed - Open (see Critical Alert below)
Trevallyn - Open (see Critical Alert below)
Hollybank/No Sweat/Tall Timbers - Open (see Visiting our forests below)
Juggernaut - Upper - Open (see Visiting our forests below)
Juggernaut - Lower - Closed due to snow damage (see Visiting our forests below)
Sustainable Timber Tasmania
Visiting our forests
Mountain bike trails at Hollybank (excluding Lower Juggernaut) are open. Considerable debris remains across the lower section of Juggernaut between Eaglehawk Road and Tall Timbers that will take some weeks to tidy up.
Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service
Safety alert: COVID-19 Update
Applies from 25/6/2020, last reviewed 17/8/2020 08:52 AM
Adopt a Trail
The Kate Reed trails may be closed at the moment but when they reopen they will be in prime condition thanks to our "Adopt a Trail" volunteers. If you see the "Trail Maintenance in Progress" signs out on the trails please slow down and hi & thanks!
If you find a tree across a trail take a screen shot of the trail on a map (eg Trailforks) and mark an X where the tree is. This will help us try and get the trees cleared quicker!
The LMBC trails crew
"If you're leaving tracks,