MOUNTAIN BIKING

kunanyi/Mt Wellington Explorer Bus is able to carry 4 mountain bikes on each departure. We don’t mind if you bring your own bike or hire one from a local bike hire company. Please make sure to include bike freight ($15 per bike) at the time of booking your bus pass.

SAFETY FIRST

  • Stay safe on the mountain. kunanyi/Mt Wellington is a beloved natural playground for the people of Hobart and the many visitors who descend on Wellington Park every year. If you’re not prepared the weather conditions can be dangerous.
  • Choose a mountain bike trail to suit your level of experience, the weather conditions and time available. Familiarise yourself with the route beforehand and let someone know your intentions and expected time of return. Find detailed track information at Greater Hobart Trails and Wellington Park Management Trust.
  • Take a map with you. Shared use tracks on the eastern slopes of kunanyi/Mt Wellington are shown on the bushwalking map.
  • Weather conditions can change quickly on kunanyi/Mt Wellington. Cold temperatures, snow, low cloud, heavy rain and high winds are not uncommon, even in summer. Check the weather before you go.
  • Some of the tracks in Wellington Park are shared with dog walkers and/or bike riders. Please respect each other, the track and the park. View the Track Users Code.
  • Minimise your impact on the natural environment. Your actions today affect Wellington Park tomorrow.

MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS

Wellington Park provides a range of exciting biking experiences from road riding to advanced cross-country tracks. We’ve compiled a list of our favourites.

Visit the Wellington Park Management Trust website for further information.