17 single-track trails that meander through an open forest of gums, bloodwoods, mahoganys, she-oaks, grasstrees and cycads and some of the trails pass former forestry experimental plots of teak, blackbutt and tallowwood trees.
Trail grades include easy, intermediate and some sections include black (difficult) alternative sections.
Entry to the park is by the Atherton Trailhead and Skills Park at 1 Vernon Street Atherton or the Herberton Range State Forest Trailhead, Rifle Range Road, Atherton.
Looking after the park
- Stay on the trails—riding off trails or short-cutting between trails is prohibited
- Horses and other vehicles are not permitted on the mountain biking network.
- Roads and unmarked fire trails are accessible for walkers, horse riders and vehicles. Vehicles must be registered and drivers must be licensed.
- Dogs are permitted on a leash in Atherton Forest Mountain Bike Park, on the green (easy) mountain bike trails only. Dogs must be kept under control at all times. For your safety, walk in the opposite direction of travel to the bike riders