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    Was on the south side this afternoon. The tracks are looking good.

    Here are a few vids of the terrain. The first was in September and the second was only last week.

    I ride a bit of everything, from straight up trail riding to small jumps and DH. The Gorge offers some good variety.

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    That's some very nice footage there! I was over there yesterday morning, doing the long XC loop with a couple of others. The trails are in good nick on the south side - just a shame about the rubbish blowing in from the new housing developments, and someone's dumped a trailer-full of crap as well.

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    Spent a couple of hours riding this evening. Quick loop of the south side before going right around to the north (river not crossable yet)

    Someone has been busy with a spray can marking a trail on the north side.
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    Arrrrrrrr..... The old North side. Haven't seen that side in ages. I think I better head there after work in the next few days. :P

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    Subtle...

    Is that the trail that heads along the cliff top up to the Blue Lake carpark? That is, the oldest singletrack I have found there which is still heavily used and requires no marking whatsoever?

    I went for a group ride at Westerfolds yesterday after work - the fit buggers nearly killed me, after my two weeks of excess and no riding. I will have to get out over here soon, to see what's been happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jossa View Post
    Someone has been busy with a spray can marking a trail on the north side.
    And painting arrows on the south side too, but someone seems to have come along and rubbed them off.

    Two of the three little crossings on the southside loop that were washed away are rideable again, btw.

    It's amazing how much erosion a few hours of hail and rain brought about, and just what has been washed down what are again tiny little streams:
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    Gees, that one isn't going to last much longer is it? Theer are some nice slabs of concrete there we could use for the smaller crossings though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by emerthis View Post
    Subtle...

    Is that the trail that heads along the cliff top up to the Blue Lake carpark? That is, the oldest singletrack I have found there which is still heavily used and requires no marking whatsoever.
    Yes and these are not all the markings. Plenty more I didn't take photos of.

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    I like it

    Hi,

    I havent ridden there for over 5 years and really enjoyed it. I rode on Saturday from 4.30 to 7pm and saw one other cyclist. I rode just on the south side as I didnt want my shoes wet.
    Rode all the usual downhills (trails with jumps that come from the very top. Found a big arsed jumps track with built up doubles (too big for me). I also found the very tight single track that runs along the edge of the gourge and then figure 8s it and returns. Great trail and technical enough to keep me on my toes. Had one over the bars as there are so many rocks hidden in the grass - no damage done. I tried to cross at the old stop (bottom of the rutted out fireroad) but the exit looked really step and over grown. Can you cross over at the stop at the end of the single track where there is the washout road? Photo in the previous posts. Keen to head over to the Northern side to try the old jumps into the small quarry / pit above Blue Lake.
    Well done to the trail crew for maintaning the trails and grooming new ones. The big jumps dont interest me as much as the XC loops and I enjoyed them. Nice to have a close option other than Hanns Loop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnd663 View Post
    Hi,

    I havent ridden there for over 5 years and really enjoyed it. I rode on Saturday from 4.30 to 7pm and saw one other cyclist. I rode just on the south side as I didnt want my shoes wet.
    Rode all the usual downhills (trails with jumps that come from the very top. Found a big arsed jumps track with built up doubles (too big for me). I also found the very tight single track that runs along the edge of the gourge and then figure 8s it and returns. Great trail and technical enough to keep me on my toes. Had one over the bars as there are so many rocks hidden in the grass - no damage done. I tried to cross at the old stop (bottom of the rutted out fireroad) but the exit looked really step and over grown. Can you cross over at the stop at the end of the single track where there is the washout road? Photo in the previous posts. Keen to head over to the Northern side to try the old jumps into the small quarry / pit above Blue Lake.
    Well done to the trail crew for maintaning the trails and grooming new ones. The big jumps dont interest me as much as the XC loops and I enjoyed them. Nice to have a close option other than Hanns Loop.
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    Hi JD,

    If you ride a Ventana it was me you bumped into. Sorry about the vague directions, I would have loved to show you around but, as you saw, I had the kids with me!

    Yell out next time you're around and I'll be happy to meet up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jossa View Post
    Hi JD,

    If you ride a Ventana it was me you bumped into. Sorry about the vague directions, I would have loved to show you around but, as you saw, I had the kids with me!

    Yell out next time you're around and I'll be happy to meet up.
    Yeap that was me, you directions were fine Jossa - I found heaps.

    Many thanks
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    A few shots from Plenty Gorge.

    Beautiful evening for a ride. I love March and April in Melbourne. Nice clear days and still cool evenings. Can ride until nearly 8 without lights also during March. (Footy starts too)
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    ^^Pretty cool^^

    Looks like an interesting place to ride.

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    Glad to see some new work since I went overseas on honeymoon. Looking forward to being able to link north & south together without waiting for the river to drop to drought levels. Sorry I haven't been around to help out - been busy with the whole getting married caper. Should have more time to help with trail work on weekends now though.
    Kudos to cowpat, I think...

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    Rode both sides yesterday. Had forgotten just how much singletrack there is on the other side - although some of it is barely visible, and I had to backtrack a couple of times to make sure I was heading in the right direction.
    I really think it's the sort of area that would make a brilliant MTB park - but I know cowpat has been down that road in the past.
    Great riding, had a lovely couple of hours on the bike.

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    Never new about this little gem, may have to make my way over there and give it a ride some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emerthis View Post
    Rode both sides yesterday. Had forgotten just how much singletrack there is on the other side - although some of it is barely visible, and I had to backtrack a couple of times to make sure I was heading in the right direction.
    I really think it's the sort of area that would make a brilliant MTB park - but I know cowpat has been down that road in the past.
    Great riding, had a lovely couple of hours on the bike.
    Is there a decent place to cross the river anymore? I don't know how many times I've tried to rebuild the crossing near the steep gully bank, only for it piss with rain and dissapear.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yippee_Ki_YayMF View Post
    Is there a decent place to cross the river anymore? I don't know how many times I've tried to rebuild the crossing near the steep gully bank, only for it piss with rain and dissapear.
    Maaaybeee.... It's a bloody steep climb up out of the river, but there is another way. Cowpat?

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    Cowpat?

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    Yup. Cowpat.

    It will either make sense in the next few days, or it'll be a month or so after that.

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    There's a crossing just off the south loop (or figure eight). It's passable when the river height at Greensborough is less than 0.5 m: River Height data for Plenty R at Greensborough

    If you ride the south loop (or figure eight) clockwise then there's a little Y junction near the easternmost end which leads to it. Just before you head uphill to a difficult sharp right turn between some trees and rocks which starts to head back west there is a Y junction. You head right to go uphill. Try going left...

    After the crossing there's a small gully and then it's a steep climb up the spurline to join the north loop. The north loop will take you to cliff track etc. and is currently rideable but you really have to know where it is to follow it...only about half of it sees regular use.

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    Might head out there on Sunday at this stage .. see if I can find this mystical bridge

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    The bridge is easy enough to find - but as it's not my baby I thought I'd best leave it to cowpat to tell all about it. The trail isn't easy to find unless you know where to look - I may well head over for a spin today, as it's been a few weeks since I rode it, and with all the rain, the bush will be reclaiming some of the less-used trails again.
    I've been trying to put together a loop which includes most of the north side, but my knowledge of those trails isn't yet quite up to scratch - so I'll keep riding there once every coupe of weeks until I get it figured out.
    Tomorrow there will be a group ride (of mixed abilities) at Smiths Gully, meeting at the shop about 10am - and as I am guiding on that one, I won't be doing the Gorge tomorrow. If you'd like to join me on either ride, call or text me on 0412 715 053.
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    Rode the Gorge yesterday. The bridge is getting a bit of use already. I ran into two young guys exploring the north side - they said they had no idea all those trails were there. Then there were some walkers just near the bridge as I was coming back down the spur. They watched in amazement as I rode right to the edge of the ravine, and they had a friendly chat with me, asking about what trails were around that might be good for walking.
    I only just found the link trail between the top of the spur to the new switchbacks, on my way back home - well done, that man!
    It was a great day for riding yesterday. Hopefully today will be similar for the group at Smiths Gully!

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    Quote Originally Posted by emerthis View Post
    I only just found the link trail between the top of the spur to the new switchbacks, on my way back home - well done, that man!
    Heading out there this arv. Will see if I can find this.


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    So, didn't find the new switchbacks, but did find the new river crossing.

    Really, really love the south loop out there. Just a whole lot of fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waldog View Post
    So, didn't find the new switchbacks, but did find the new river crossing.

    Really, really love the south loop out there. Just a whole lot of fun.


    The switchbacks have been there a while now, but I've nothing to do with them. There's some other stuff out there too. Some is good, and some needs a bit of rerouting and rationalisation.

    So, the spurline track, was it too steep to actually be considered "fun"? I consider it a middle ring challenge but it's one tough pitch...

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    The spur is good fun on the way down, and I have almost ridden the whole way up it as well. Thanks to some of the bigger obstacles having been removed, it's quite doable - challenging, yes. Fun? Well... The biggest issue I see is the ravine at the bottom of it. I reckon the sides of that will get chopped up pretty quickly, and we should look for an angle to switch-back it. It serves its purpose very well though: a quick route to the east/north loops. Coming straight down the ridgeline probably isn't the best long-term solution, for erosion and degradation, but in the absence of any other workers taking it on I can only congratulate you on the job well done, Cowpat!

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    I agree with Emerson, the spur is much more fun on the way down, but I will admit that we didn't even attempt the climb today. Will next time though.

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    Oh, and as always, top work cowpat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowpat View Post
    So, the spurline track, was it too steep to actually be considered "fun"? I consider it a middle ring challenge but it's one tough pitch...
    As we pushed our bikes up the conversation went like this:
    B: "Casper probably rides up this."
    G: "In the big ring"
    B: "Nah on his singlespeed"
    G: "With brake rub"

    It should come as no surprise that I vote for an easier climb option, but leave the spur track for the trip back.

    Otherwise its so awesome and fun out there now. Can't wait to do a north south loop. It'll getchya fit in no time doing that regularly.

    We also wondered about another bridge, like the first, to cross that creek wash before the climb? Happy to help carry and construct if the source of the first plank can provide another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuclear_powered View Post
    ...a north south loop. It'll getchya fit in no time doing that regularly.
    With the original north loop plus a selection of new segments unknowingly "donated" by others...yes it'll be a killer on the legs...that's always been the plan...

    Thanks for the feedback, I do agree.

    See you all in a month or so.

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    Hi guys,

    Wow, am I glad I found this forum! I always thought this site was just for the Yankees!

    I live in Eltham, and went for my first proper mountain bike ride from Kariboo nearly 10 years ago, so I have very fond memories of the path to Blue Lake!

    Have only been in there once or twice in the last year, but reading about these paths I will definitley have to step things up! I usually ride the same route as I have been on a time budget - from Kariboo in virtually a straight line through the paddock past the little ruin and then down the techy decent to the river, get my feet wet cause there is no bridge and I walk through, up the ravine, attempt to ride up the spur, then on to the goat track and to Blue lake, then I usually just turn around and do it in reverse!

    Last time I went there I rode along the Diamond Creek trail to the Main Yarra Trail, then along the MYT to Plenty River Trail, then followed that to Kariboo, went to Blue lake then home along the roads.

    Have seen faint signs of other tracks but not had time to explore them, I'd love to come for a ride with Emerson or Cowpat and be shown what the place really has to offer! Not the fittest bloke, but keen to get the fitness back up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pfullarton View Post
    Hi guys,

    Wow, am I glad I found this forum! I always thought this site was just for the Yankees!

    I live in Eltham, and went for my first proper mountain bike ride from Kariboo nearly 10 years ago, so I have very fond memories of the path to Blue Lake!

    Have only been in there once or twice in the last year, but reading about these paths I will definitley have to step things up! I usually ride the same route as I have been on a time budget - from Kariboo in virtually a straight line through the paddock past the little ruin and then down the techy decent to the river, get my feet wet cause there is no bridge and I walk through, up the ravine, attempt to ride up the spur, then on to the goat track and to Blue lake, then I usually just turn around and do it in reverse!

    Last time I went there I rode along the Diamond Creek trail to the Main Yarra Trail, then along the MYT to Plenty River Trail, then followed that to Kariboo, went to Blue lake then home along the roads.

    Have seen faint signs of other tracks but not had time to explore them, I'd love to come for a ride with Emerson or Cowpat and be shown what the place really has to offer! Not the fittest bloke, but keen to get the fitness back up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pfullarton View Post
    Hi guys,

    Wow, am I glad I found this forum! I always thought this site was just for the Yankees!

    I live in Eltham, and went for my first proper mountain bike ride from Kariboo nearly 10 years ago, so I have very fond memories of the path to Blue Lake!

    (snipped)

    Last time I went there I rode along the Diamond Creek trail to the Main Yarra Trail, then along the MYT to Plenty River Trail, then followed that to Kariboo, went to Blue lake then home along the roads.

    Have seen faint signs of other tracks but not had time to explore them, I'd love to come for a ride with Emerson or Cowpat and be shown what the place really has to offer! Not the fittest bloke, but keen to get the fitness back up!

    Pete
    Mate, that sure is the long way to get here! Sometimes I do a similar loop to go and ride the trails along the Yarra, but from Eltham to Greensy I almost always end up coming back along Sherbourne, Karingal & St Helena Roads, rejoining the Plenty trail under the bridge at Main St, for a nice flat cruise home.

    There are some trails in the Gorge, and of course I would love to show you around. I often ride there, but since the end of daylight savings, it's restricted to weekends.

    Sounds to me like your fitness is fine - for me, anyway! Let me know when you're keen.

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    Had a blast over there this morning with Simon & Pete. It was a bit muddy, and a bit slippery, and it took me a whole hour to get my eye in (by which time Pete had left).
    Figured out a decent loop for next weekend's group ride - just hope the trails dry out a bit before then!

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    After watching this thread from a distance for a while now, snuck out there this arvo. What a cool little jewel you guys have out there! Only spent an hour rolling around in circles, but good fun tight single track, looks to hold up well with the rock substrate.

    The best part its only 25mins drive from home..

    quiggs

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiggs1974 View Post
    After watching this thread from a distance for a while now, snuck out there this arvo. What a cool little jewel you guys have out there! Only spent an hour rolling around in circles, but good fun tight single track, looks to hold up well with the rock substrate.

    The best part its only 25mins drive from home..

    quiggs
    No, the best part is it's only 3 minutes ride from home.

    But it is pretty great =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by emerthis View Post
    No, the best part is it's only 3 minutes ride from home.

    But it is pretty great =)
    At my back door

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    Rode both South and North a couple of times this week; once on Tuesday but was too wet on some sections, and once again today and the conditions were fantastic. Traction is awesome and the vague sections are starting to bed in.

    Bit of a group ride starting to form for this Saturday (Emerson) if anyone is keen. Weather looks ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jossa View Post
    Rode both South and North a couple of times this week; once on Tuesday but was too wet on some sections, and once again today and the conditions were fantastic. Traction is awesome and the vague sections are starting to bed in.

    Bit of a group ride starting to form for this Saturday (Emerson) if anyone is keen. Weather looks ok.
    I'm still in, on the condition that I can shake the "Black Lung" that has been troubling me this week.

    Keen as mustard though, even if i'll be coughing up the plague for the whole ride.

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    I might make an appearance and tag along at the back of the mob! What time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pfullarton View Post
    I might make an appearance and tag along at the back of the mob! What time?
    10:30 @ Kariboo

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    Quote Originally Posted by waldog View Post
    I'm still in, on the condition that I can shake the "Black Lung" that has been troubling me this week.

    Keen as mustard though, even if i'll be coughing up the plague for the whole ride.
    Best way of getting rid of it is a ride on the bike, I say!*


    * I'm not a doctor.

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    Thanks Jossa, won't know for certain until tomorrow, if I'm not there don't wait for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jossa View Post
    Best way of getting rid of it is a ride on the bike, I say!*


    * I'm not a doctor.
    I am a medical professional, and I believe your treatment plan is sound.

    See you tomorrow.

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    Hud, are you there?

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    Weather looks ****e but I will be out there if anyone's still coming. Brrr!!!

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