You'll have no problems in that car. You can access all the shuttle points in a private car, anything with a moderate level of clearance and 4x4 will do for the Black Stump/Return to Sender, Atlas, and Blue Tier shuttle points. The Black Stump shuttle has the roughest road, reckon Atlas and Blue Tier could even be done in a two-wheel drive as long as it had a bit of clearance.got landcover discovery hired but also some shuttles from vertigo so a micx of both.
Happy to pay but on busy days the shuttles do get fully booked, no option apart from riding or "self" shuttling. Was up there on the weekend and the morning shuttles for Blue Tier were booked out.As has been said, if doing so, please support the local businesses and spend some money in town while there. I love a good self shuttle, but always more than happy to pay vertigo for some whenever I'm there.
Don't shuck with Buck.
You'll be fine in the CRV it won't have any problems getting to black stump, just don't drive like a maniac and you'll be fine.Question about self shuttling.
I only have a Honda CRV, not the most capable off road vehicle. Would you be able to self-shuttle Black stump or are you better off paying the $33 to the shuttle operators?
I think it would be great if one of the businesses in Derby offered UHF hire, it's not something that you'd usually think of taking on your MTB vacation.If self shuttling make sure you have a UHF, and communicate as per the signs. There are a few skinny sections, and if you hear someone is coming down a section you are approaching, pull over until they pass, then comm that you are coming up. Makes for safe, smooth passage.
Mad do $10 shuttles from the carpark. Turn up, pay and load.
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I have one of these as a backup/out of vehicle unit. It's brilliant.I think it would be great if one of the businesses in Derby offered UHF hire, it's not something that you'd usually think of taking on your MTB vacation.