This popular Adelaide Hills trail is a shared path for people wanting to cycle, walk or even ride horses. It extends from Oakbank, through the towns of Woodside and Charleston and ends at Mt Torrens. It is hoped that future stages will extend to Birdwood and Mt Pleasant.
First opened in 2010, the trail follows an old rail corridor through the Onkaparinga Valley. It was named in memory of champion Australian cyclist, Amy Gillett who was tragically killed whilst training in Germany in 2005.
A shared path for cyclists, walkers and horse riders. Photo by Glenys Veilgaard
It's an easy walk or ride and very popular with families on weekends. The trail runs mostly parallel to the Onkaparinga Valley road and crosses over this road in a couple of places at Woodside. It's well signposted and easy to follow.
Walk or ride, just follow the signs. Photo by Glenys Veilgaard