Distance: 200 metres
Average Gradient: 7%
Elevation gain: 20 metres
Here is a link to the Strava segment here:
The Churchill National Park is a great place to ride around. Its not that well known and its not uncommon to have the park to yourself. The Park has an abundance of wildlife & you are always likely to see a Kangaroo or two along the way. The one thing you will take from riding around Churchill is the fact that all of the climbs are short. Sharp & really steep & this climb is no exception.
Stonemasons Track (west) climb
This track is quite wide, however the surface is quite rough. There is a loose gravel on the path and it can be a challenge to find the right cycling line. You don’t want to hit this one too hard, as you can experience wheel spin.
- Entry via Churchill Park Drive, Bergins Road and Lysterfield Lake
- 24 hour parking available on Curchill Park Drive
- Parking is available within the park (observe gate closing times)
- Picnic & B.B.Q facilities (next to main car park)
- Toileting facilities (next to main car park)
- No dogs allowed (National Park regulations)
- Joins onto Lysterfield Lake
Click on this link for a map of the Churchill National Park from Parks Victoria.