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Victoria’s 7 Peaks Ride is the ultimate Australian alpine ascent challenge, running from October to the end of March. It’s an at-your-own pace cycling challenge which takes you up winding mountain roads, around steep turns and past spectacular views right to the top of Victoria’s Alpine Resorts.

Every time you ride one of the 7 Peaks, stop at the top and get a stamp in your 7 Peaks passport and enter the draw to win some amazing prizes.

The ride is short, but the challenge is huge. The only Hors Catégorie climb in Australia, this access road is the steepest road cycle climb in the Southern Hemisphere and the second steepest in the world of cycling racing; second only to the Alpe d’Heuz of Le Tour de France fame. The steepest grade at Winch Corner is 20.6 percent.

At the top the views over Gippsland and Mornington Peninsula will take your breath away – if you have any left. Distance: 6.5 kilometres.

For more information and to register for a passport, visit the website.

Content: Tourism North East