Glen Eden Reserve LoopBeginner
Submitted by Renee Ferguson
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Dogs allowed but during lambing they are limited to certain areas as this is partly on an actively farmed section of the sky line trail
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Follow Reserve Road SW for 150 meters to the end. At the end of the road turn left following the trail marked "Link Track". At the top head to Reserve Road, go through the gate and left along the road to the end. At the end of the road turn left following the trail marked "Link Track". This track zig zags down the hill. Look for another blue "Link Track" sign and turn right at the junction a few meters after the sign.
At the next junction turn right and head down hill, through a grassy area, over a culvert and follow the track which turns left and up hill. At the next junction turn hard right and zig zag up the hill to the gate. Go through the gate and continue straight to the road. Turn around and zig zag back down the way you came to the base of the hill.
At the junction (where you turned hard right to go up) continue straight ahead, over a plank bridge and up the hill. Follow the trail as it climbs slightly to a signposted junction by a road end. Turn hard left and start the steep climb up some stairs and steep track. This continues through some bush and into open farmland. Follow the trail along the ridge, through a gate and back to Reserve Road.
Features of interest
There are is a nice section of native bush
Make Up of Run
Untracked / Route only: 0%
Technical Single Track: 0%
Moderate Single Track: 20%
Easy Single Track: 80%
From SH1 Turn north onto Ouse St. At the junction go slightly right onto Derwent St and at the end of this street turn left onto Reservoir Rd. Go 650m to where the road turns lightly right. At this corner is the entry to Glenn Warren Reserve and some room for parking 1-2 vehicles. There is road access to the trail at multiple locations
On street parking, relatively safe.
Seam-sealed waterproof jacket, Whistle, First aid kit, Extra food for emergencies, Cellphone, Map.
Carry own water or wait till you are back at the car.
Very slippery after rain, be considerate of lambing time.
Post run indulgence
Great local brew and the best chips and pizza around!
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