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Available on

  • iPhone
  • Android
  • Desktop browser
  • iPad
  • Android tablet

Included with purchase

This full-featured demo of the app includes a 12 km one way trip where you can find a tasty delight at the Salamanca market and explore Battery Point and Arthurs Circus with their beautiful colonial cottages. Ride along the beaches with views across the River Derwent. Marvel at the historic Shot Tower built from sandstone blocks quarried at an abandoned convict probation station. Climb to the top for stunning views and enjoy lunch at the cafe below.

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67 km Loop, Hilly, Medium, Quiet roads, Sealed, unsealed

Enjoy some of the best country riding with great views across the rolling Tasmanian valleys. Start in Oatlands a pretty little town pressed right up against Lake Dulverton and its conservation area. Oatlands boasts the largest number of colonial sandstone buildings in Australia. Many of them were built with the help of convict labour. There are stunning homesteads to see as you ride the beautiful countryside.

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71 km Loop, Easy/Medium, Flat/Hilly, Sealed

Follow the Meander River valley out of Deloraine to cycle beside the stunning cliffs of the western tiers on quiet, back country roads that seem to be there just for the view. Take time, maybe the whole weekend to enjoy the beautiful local towns, wildlife and wonderful wineries. There are lots of places to stay with many historic homes to enjoy for the night and many campsites for those who love their tent.

Explore

424 km, Loop Ride, Medium, Hilly, Sealed/Unsealed

Tasmania is a great place to cycle. This wonderful ride showcases the best that the North East has to offer – beautiful beaches, views to Freycinet, temperate rainforests, panoramic views and historic country towns with some of the most stunning landscapes in the state. You can even test your skills on the Blue Derby Mountain Bike Park or take a leisurely ride in the bush along the North East Tasmanian Rail Trail. Take your time and enjoy this journey – you will be happily surprised.

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1144 km Loop, Hilly/Mountainous, Hard/Remote, Unsealed/Sealed Roads

What a ride! Cycle around the whole of Tasmania. Enjoy the contrast between West and East Coasts. The Tasmanian Circuit gives you the complete Tassie experience of the wildlife, fabulous foods, amazing scenery with spectacular views, ancient forests and wild coastlines. It is an adventure through historic streetscapes, heritage estates, rich farmland, premier cool-climate wines, fresh produce and is a haven for designers and craft makers.

Only a few roads penetrate the rugged west, a land of mountains and the heart of the remote Tarkine Wilderness. This area of Tasmania is ancient and it is impossible to tell if moss covered trees have been there for fifty or a thousand years. Roads can be steep and rough in the wet. Punctuating the wilderness are small settlements.

Explore

487 km one way, Hilly/Mountainous, Hard/Remote, Unsealed/Sealed Roads, Multi-day

This route takes you through the heart of the true Tasmania. Experience the wilderness and tranquility Tasmania is so famous for as you journey from the North in Devonport to the delightful seaside town of Dover in the South.
This route mainly follows the Tasmanian Trail. Originally developed as a horse trail, the route provides the full range of cycling experiences from sealed roads, to farm and forestry gravel roads, to steep rough tracks through gullies and mountains.

Cycle through remote forests, past tranquil pastures and beside clear rivers. You even have the choice of fording the Mersey River! The Great Western Tiers provide a stunning backdrop as you ride along the Meander Valley. Your climb up to the Central Plateau will be rewarded with stunning views

Explore

Enjoy a leisurely ride on rail trails and cycle paths in Hobart and country Tasmania.

This country is so varied and takes in the stunning beaches of Tasmania as well as the sweeping views of nearby mountains and valleys.

Explore

Available on

  • iPhone
  • Android
  • Desktop browser
  • iPad
  • Android tablet
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Included with purchase

This full-featured demo of the app includes a 12 km one way trip where you can find a tasty delight at the Salamanca market and explore Battery Point and Arthurs Circus with their beautiful colonial cottages. Ride along the beaches with views across the River Derwent. Marvel at the historic Shot Tower built from sandstone blocks quarried at an abandoned convict probation station. Climb to the top for stunning views and enjoy lunch at the cafe below.

Try Now

67 km Loop, Hilly, Medium, Quiet roads, Sealed, unsealed

Enjoy some of the best country riding with great views across the rolling Tasmanian valleys. Start in Oatlands a pretty little town pressed right up against Lake Dulverton and its conservation area. Oatlands boasts the largest number of colonial sandstone buildings in Australia. Many of them were built with the help of convict labour. There are stunning homesteads to see as you ride the beautiful countryside.

Explore

71 km Loop, Easy/Medium, Flat/Hilly, Sealed

Follow the Meander River valley out of Deloraine to cycle beside the stunning cliffs of the western tiers on quiet, back country roads that seem to be there just for the view. Take time, maybe the whole weekend to enjoy the beautiful local towns, wildlife and wonderful wineries. There are lots of places to stay with many historic homes to enjoy for the night and many campsites for those who love their tent.

Explore

424 km, Loop Ride, Medium, Hilly, Sealed/Unsealed

Tasmania is a great place to cycle. This wonderful ride showcases the best that the North East has to offer – beautiful beaches, views to Freycinet, temperate rainforests, panoramic views and historic country towns with some of the most stunning landscapes in the state. You can even test your skills on the Blue Derby Mountain Bike Park or take a leisurely ride in the bush along the North East Tasmanian Rail Trail. Take your time and enjoy this journey – you will be happily surprised.

Explore

1144 km Loop, Hilly/Mountainous, Hard/Remote, Unsealed/Sealed Roads

What a ride! Cycle around the whole of Tasmania. Enjoy the contrast between West and East Coasts. The Tasmanian Circuit gives you the complete Tassie experience of the wildlife, fabulous foods, amazing scenery with spectacular views, ancient forests and wild coastlines. It is an adventure through historic streetscapes, heritage estates, rich farmland, premier cool-climate wines, fresh produce and is a haven for designers and craft makers.

Only a few roads penetrate the rugged west, a land of mountains and the heart of the remote Tarkine Wilderness. This area of Tasmania is ancient and it is impossible to tell if moss covered trees have been there for fifty or a thousand years. Roads can be steep and rough in the wet. Punctuating the wilderness are small settlements.

Explore

487 km one way, Hilly/Mountainous, Hard/Remote, Unsealed/Sealed Roads, Multi-day

This route takes you through the heart of the true Tasmania. Experience the wilderness and tranquility Tasmania is so famous for as you journey from the North in Devonport to the delightful seaside town of Dover in the South.
This route mainly follows the Tasmanian Trail. Originally developed as a horse trail, the route provides the full range of cycling experiences from sealed roads, to farm and forestry gravel roads, to steep rough tracks through gullies and mountains.

Cycle through remote forests, past tranquil pastures and beside clear rivers. You even have the choice of fording the Mersey River! The Great Western Tiers provide a stunning backdrop as you ride along the Meander Valley. Your climb up to the Central Plateau will be rewarded with stunning views

Explore

Enjoy a leisurely ride on rail trails and cycle paths in Hobart and country Tasmania.

This country is so varied and takes in the stunning beaches of Tasmania as well as the sweeping views of nearby mountains and valleys.

Explore

About our partner

Rob and Angela Mosley created Activewayz to provide hikers and cyclists with the local knowledge, easy access and confidence to hike and bike the fabulous trails within Australia and New Zealand. Our company has been very excited to work with Atlas Guides since 2016 and we are creating amazing long-distance rides around Australia and mapping rail trails and cycle paths. Our unique Cycling Networks show rideable back country roads with cyclist relevant information to suit different riding styles. This allows the cyclist to build their own route on riding styles they prefer. Hiking in Australia and New Zealand is varied and our focus is to provide an opportunity for bushwalkers to find our fantastic walks and long distance trails easily and to hike them with knowledge of the conditions and supports available. We love hiking and biking in Australia and tramping in New Zealand and hope you do too.

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