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Glacier Rock

Average Rating:    (5 of 5)

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the beauty of this track is you dont need long travel to enjoy some fast track...three parts...the first part from the top is plush & fast as you like...be warey of the descent to the railway lines after the woden bridge..."watch the last step, it is a doozy"..the second part is nice & fast too, with some nice shoots...the last part is technical & a lot of fun too...hope this is accurate & makes sense as i yam a little pissed...
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Trail Directions
I am shit with directions so...head down Brinsmead Rd & past bridge at Redlynch...take first left (before the bridge over the Baron River)...turn right at first round about...continue up a steep hill to the end...the trail is in front of you...start walking...when you get to railway line head left till you find a steep ascent on the other side...when you get to the fire trail head about 200 metres until you get to a turn off on yer left which has a sign to Speewah...follow this to a fork & take the left one to go up to Glacier Rock...nice view!
Trail Length
5 km?
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Review Date
December 6, 2000

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: fat-freddys-cat

see above...watch it after cyclone season as there will be trees down...you can help us clean up if you like

Recommended Route:
make that turn right at the 2nd or third round about...if ya get to stoney's crk you've gone too far

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