Enjoy 8 days of cycling through rainforest covered mountains and remote dirt roads with other cycling enthusiasts. Nothing beats the adrenaline rush of cycling through peaceful breathtakingly beautiful natural surroundings. If you want a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, take the Far North Wilderness Bike Tour from September 28 to October 5, 2013.
You can look forward to 8 unforgettable days of cycling in the Wet Tropics area between Innisfail, Ravenshoe and Cairns. You can expect to cycle through over 500 kilometers on mostly remote dirt roads with minimal traffic. Marvel at spectacular scenery which includes waterfalls and gorges, rainforest and open forests. Take a glimpse of the country that tourists rarely see. You will be joined by a maximum of 65 riders. The tour includes fresh home-cooked meals and snacks. Aside from the sheer fun of cycling, you get to help a good cause. This charity event supports the work of the Cairns and Far North Environment Centre.
Here’s what you can expect from the tour. The route this year consists of some of the best campsites and routes including a wonderful wilderness campsite at Dinden National Park. You will be spending 2 nights at the beautiful bush heritage listed Yourka Station. You may also ride to the spectacular Herbert River Gorge and swim in any of the refreshing pools above the falls. There will be about 4 and a half days riding through World Heritage rainforest and a couple of days riding in open Scherophyll Forest.
Take this amazing cycling adventure. Sign up for the Far North Wilderness Bike Tour. The tour departs Cairns on Saturday morning, September 28, and arrives in Cairns on Saturday afternoon October 5, 2013.
If you are planning to join the Far North Wilderness Bike Tour, you may book your accommodation at our Cairns Beachfront Accommodation which is located in the heart of Cairns.
To learn more, visit www.fnqbiketour.org.au
To book your stay at our Cairns Beachfront Accommodation, go to http://onthebeachapartments.etourism.net.au
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