Want to cycle Walk the Yorke?
You can ride your bike along most sections of the Walk The Yorke leisure trail, but these are some of the best ones for coastal views & spectacular scenery:
Ardrossan to Pine Point
Ardrossan sits atop imposing red cliffs and is home of the Blue Swimmer crab. Pine Point overlooks the bay of Port Alfred and is well known as an excellent wading area to rake the shallows for crabs and is also a popular spot for fishing. Follow the compacted gravel trail along clifftops and edging farmland. Some rises and falls.
**please note - a small section of trail approximately 1.5km south of Rogues Point & 3.5km north of Pine Point is currently under maintenance and closed for access. The remainder of the Ardrossan to Pine Point section remains accessible.
Edithburgh to Port Moorowie
Take the sealed trail then a compacted natural surface following two-wheel tracks and dirt roads. Along the way, enjoy a mosaic trail on the rocks along the Edithburgh foreshore. This trail follows the Troubridge Lighthouse scenic drive, with views of spectacular rugged cliffs and secluded beaches.
Cape Elizabeth to Balgowan
This natural-surface trail follows two-wheel tracks through Sheoak woodlands and the rear of sand dunes and samphire flats. Finish at Balgowan, a popular holiday destination for families and anglers. A challenging ride along the back of the sand dunes.
View the other Cycling Trails on Yorke Peninsula.
All distances are one-way, as Walk The Yorke is a continuous linear trail covering more than 500kms.