Are you hunting for healthy, outdoor school holiday activities? The Head for the Hills School Holiday Mountain Bike Adventure is the perfect way to enjoy Adelaide’s great outdoors! Learn new riding skills and put them to use while hunting for clues and geocaches around the Craigburn Farm trails in the Sturt Gorge Recreation Park. We can supply the bike and helmet, all you have to bring is a sense of adventure!

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Our School Holiday Programs begin with a basic skills coaching session to teach participants the fundamental skills of mountain biking. We cover body position & moving on the bike, braking technique, gear selection as well as other handy tips to help ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all.

Once everybody is comfortable and settled on the bikes, the adventure begins! A series of geocaches containing cleverly constructed cryptic clues are hidden all over the Craigburn Farm trail network. Participants work as a team to find and decipher each clue, which hints to the next geocaches secret location and the best trail to get there. Participants will cover over 12 kilometres of trail and climb around 300 vertical meters during their four hour adventure with us.

Details

Recommended Age:
Approx 11 – 14 years
Ability Level:
Great for Beginners – Must be able to ride confidently on two wheels
What to Bring:
Water bottle or hydration pack, snacks, small lunch (sandwich etc)
What to Wear:
Comfortable fitting clothes for riding (not too tight or loose & weather appropriate), enclosed shoes (sneakers etc)
Other Considerations:
Sunscreen, Rain jacket for wet weather
Drop Off & Pick Up:
Craigburn Road, Craigburn Farm – just past the Blackwood Football Club (map here)
Time:
9am to 1pm (TBC in email confirmation prior to session)
Max Group Size:
8 participants
Facilities:
Please note, there are NO toilet facilities at this venue.
BYO Equipment:
Bike & helmet hire is free for this program, however you’re welcome to bring your own equipment. Please make sure bikes are appropriate for the task at hand and in good working order. Helmets must comply with Australian Standard AS/NZS 2063:2008. We recommend an open-face helmet for this program however full-faced helmets are also acceptable.
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Testimonials

“I tagged along for about an hour of my grandsons session with Head for the Hills and I can assure you that it’s a great concept and well executed learning experience. Recommended.” ~Graeme

“My son has turned mountain bike mad since he rode with Tyson in the holidays! He has had some follow-up coaching since and I am so happy to see him following his new passion.” ~Sally