The Bellthorpe region consists mainly of gravel roads, fire-roads and forestry management roads. Riding here provides some great scenery, climbing and descending in open eucaylpt and rainforest as well as farmland at the top of the range. This area is home to pristine bushland, complete with flowing creeks and 600 identified plant species.
Many endangered and threatened animals live in the area. Entry to the area is best from the Stony Creek day-use area or via Wrights Rd from Woodford. The forest is also used by 4wd's and motobikes so be aware of that when descending at speed.
How to get There - The day-use area is 15 kilometres north-west of the township of Woodford via D'Aguilar Highway and Stony Creek Road. Alternatively park earlier and ride up Stony Creek Rd for a long, sustained climb to the top of the range.