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Picture a snow-capped mountain top - the highest point in the hemisphere you can get on four wheels. 22 kilometres away, picture a pub on the shores of a beautiful alpine lake. In between you have a ski resort, Alpine National Park and some of the country’s best single track.Now picture bombing this with 300 other pinners all taking off in a mass start for a 1,750 metre total descent - that is the chaos part.Australia’s only mass start, snow dirt road enduro returns to the slopes of Falls Creek once more. Taking off from the summit of McKay (Australia’s highest accessible point by car), riders will traverse the snowy peak, through single track, fire trails and the High Plains Road to the pristine shore of Lake Guy in Bogong Village.This is one ride you will not experience get elsewhere.Combining snow, dirt and road, the course takes riders 23 kilometres through snowy roads, single track (7 kilometres), fire trails and sealed mountain roads for a total descent of 1,750 metres. A mass start on snow is something that is not to be missed.