RIDE 26 – BURNT STABLE

RIDE 26 - BURNT STABLE (19 KM)

Wombat State Forest


RIDE 26 – BURNT STABLE

(Updated 18 December 2023) Amended Green route 17.9km

Starts from Jubilee Lake car park. ///bony.astray.adventurer

Highlights
Follow Daylesford – North Creswick railway line operating 1887-1953.
Rail cuttings, timber tramways, diggings.
Site of Greaves Telegraph timber mill 1872-1893.
Burnt Stable spring. Not potable.
Wombat Creek dam wall. Daylesford main water supply.
Jubilee Lake mineral spring pump. Potable.

These notes supercede those in the Guide, and a link to the revised map follows them.

GREEN ROUTE
0.0 Ride tarmac S from Jubilee Lake carpark to road, R then L onto Lerderderg Tk (blue top posts).
1.2 Straight on leaving Lerderderg Tk.
2.2 S on Star Tk.
3.7 R onto single track, rejoining Lerderderg Tk.
7.6 L onto Leonards Hill – South Bullarto Rd leaving Lerderderg Tk.
8.2 Join Burnt Stable Spring Tk.
9.2 Veer L to Burnt Stable spring.
9.4 R turn
10.0 L onto Stewart Creek Rd
12.3 R down to reservoir then follow road out.
12.6 L to Wombat Creek Picnic Ground
13.3 R onto Cockatoo Creek Tk.
15.3 R onto spur track.
17.1 R to spring.
17.9 Finish.

Ride map.

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