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Mountain biking

Break out the trusty steed, load up the car with high-energy snacks and explore the hills, valleys, mountains and rivers of Victoria's spectacular High Country on a mountain biking trip. Settle on an itinerary before you leave or just make it up as you go along. From Mount Buller, Falls Creek and Beechworth to Bright and Mount Beauty, there's plenty to keep the blood pumping and the heart racing all across the region.

Do the Dirty Dozen

Bring your wheels and try out the new tracks and improvements to existing Dirty Dozen trails. Head on up to Mount Buller and test your stamina on the new EPIC trail, a six-hour course acknowledged by the International Mountain Biking Association. Alternatively, try out on the Copperhead Trail, a heady mix of beginner's downhill and cross country action. You won't find many places in the world with such stunning scenery so take the plunge and find out what keeps the locals excited and visiting riders coming back for more.

Race down, get a lift up

For an adrenalin-pumping adventure on a full-suspension mountain bike, follow the tracks around the Horse Hill Chairlift on Mount Buller, from easy terrain to the 'Abominable Downhill' track that crosses Chalet Creek. There's even a chairlift to take you back up to the top during the summer months.

During peak summer holiday times and over the Easter break make use of the chairlift for easy access to tracks at Falls Creek and Mount Hotham. Alternatively, go further afield to Mount Beauty and the Bogong High Plains.

For detailed information on tracks, pick up a map from a local visitor information centre or get in touch with one of the mountain bike tour operators.

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Wombats XC1/2

Discover this expansive one-way single track. Test yourself on the entire loop, ride the uphill and downhill separately, or just hit the downhill.

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If you're after lung-burning uphill climbs and adrenaline-charged descents, Stonefly, the new Mt Buller track designed by Glen Jacobs, is the place for you.

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Mount Hotham to Dinner Plain mountain bike trail

Ride between the two alpine villages on a trail with sheltering snow gums and open plains.

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Gang Gangs/Picnic Trail Loop

Test your skills through the technical turns and berms of the Gang Gangs before weaving your way through the snowgums.

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Aqueduct Trail

The Aquedcut Trail has been re-sheeted from Rocky Valley Lake to the Wishing Well: a flat and gentle ride, this trail is perfect for any ability.

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Get the gang together, strap on your head gear and race down Copperhead, Australia's first flow down trail.

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A River Runs Through It

Meander your way along the banks of Morses Creek before weaving your way through the pine plantations on this single track trail.

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Marm Point Paralyser

A gruelling Falls Creek ride that lives up to it name. If you're feeling good, extend your ride and take on the Mt Nelse challenge.

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Gully Flow

Climb aboard your trusty bike and head down this flow trail from the Wishing Well to the Gully, complete with fantastic berms and killer views.

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High Times McKay

Challenge yourself to this technical uphill climb and be rewarded with magnificent views from the summit of Mt McKay.

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Historic Huts Loop

Take a packed lunch and breathe in the picturesque views along this easy trail that takes you past the historic Wallace's Hut, built in 1889.

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International All Mountain

Enjoy a heartstopping thrill ride down International, taking in outstanding rock features as the trail winds its way into the Village Bowl.


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