Boutique Australian property collection, Spicers Retreats, has launched a new four-day cycling trail along the Scenic Rim region in Queensland.
The Hidden Peaks Trail covers 80 kilometres of cycling trails against a backdrop of World Heritage-listed national parks and the Great Dividing Range. The trail is designed for guests to witness local wildlife and experience the stories, rituals and history of traditional indigenous landowners.
Along the way, guests will stay at three properties, including Canopy Eco Lodge, a camp with 10 luxury safari tents; Hidden Peaks Eco-Camp, with six wooden cabins; and Old Hidden Vale Cabins.
Toasting by the firepit at Hidden Peaks Eco Camp
Luggage will be transported between the properties and guests will have Merida bikes for the journey. Picnic lunches will be provided as well as a gourmet lunch on the last day of the trail at Homage restaurant at Spicers Hidden Vale.
The three-night, four-day Hidden Peaks Trail departs every Friday for groups of 10 cyclists. Prices start at $2,290 including accommodation, bike use, gourmet meals, all beverages and daypacks for the trip.