Liffey Falls

We love when routes offer big variety and this one doesn’t disappoint. Rolling farmlands. Wooded forests. A rain forest. Small creeks. A beautiful falls. A river. And … more farmlands.

Plus the route starts and ends in Westbury, which boasts the only village green in Tasmania, historic Victorian buildings, a hedge maze (now how could you miss that) and the Saint Andrews church which was built between 1836 and 1890 (hey it just wasn’t a speedy process.) And don’t forget Steam World: the largest collection of steam engines in the Southern Hemisphere. Read More

Adventure / Gravel Route

– Loop with Dog Leg : 45 miles  / 3400 ft gain (72 Km / 1036 meters)
– Gravel: ~ 33% gravel
– Location: ~ 30 min from Launceston, Tasmania
– Rideable: Spring thru Fall
– Route Author: Captain “O”
– Published: November 2018

Difficulty

Moderate. There are several short, steep pitches (15 to 20 %) on gravel.

The Start

Near the Village Green at the intersection of Lyall street and Lonsdale Promenade. There are public toilets at the city building just east by 100 yards / meters on Lyall street.

Food / Water

At the start in the town of Westbury there are a number of places to get food and drink.


Downloads

Cue Sheet / GPX FileTCX File

Legend

Red = paved road
Brown = gravel / dirt road

For help with Ride, GPS files, etc see the “Help with …” page. To learn how to download the routes for free, see “Using Our Routes …” page.

One thought on “Liffey Falls

  1. Thank you SO much Linda and Kevin for your detailed route descriptions; and inspiration for these rides. LOVED this one today!! Didn’t go into Liffey Falls, but the remainder of the circuit was just spectacular. Thanks for all your hard work in mapping this out for us all :)
    Really appreciate it; and love your blog and site!!

Leave a Reply