Murray to the Mountains Rail Trail, High Country, Victoria, Australia
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Cycling trails

Keen on cycling but don't want to overdo it on your holiday? Traverse the High Country's scenic cycling trails and enjoy the good life as you go. Work off an indulgent breakfast on a challenging full day ride, ride from village to village or just spend a few hours taking in the local scenery.

Vines, villages and views
Journey through Alpine landscapes, explore quaint villages and savour the region's finest fresh produce, craft beers and crisp wines. From handmade cheeses in Milawa and alpine brews in Bright to the sailboats on Lake Eildon and stories from bushranger country, there's no end to what you'll find.

On the rails
Choose from over 250 kilometres of popular rail trails taking in the best of the region. Delve into the Ned Kelly myth in Glenrowan and wander along the historic streetscapes of Beechworth on the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail. Rub shoulders with echidnas, wallabies and kangaroos on the way to the blue waters of Lake Eildon along the Great Victorian Rail Trail. For a shorter journey to tackle in a single day, hit the High Country Rail Trail and ride around the shore of Lake Hume.

Plan ahead
Load the bikes on the train, fill up the car or find plenty of bike hire outlets and cycle tour operators across the region to get you on your way.

Lake Hume, The Murray, Victoria, Australia

High Country Rail Trail

Ride along the shore of Victoria's Lake Hume on the High Country Rail Trail, a historic railway line running from Wodonga through to Old Tallangatta.

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Yea Station, Great Victorian Rail Trail, High Country, Victoria, Australia

Great Victorian Rail Trail

Explore Victoria's High Country on a journey along the 134km Great Victorian Rail Trail, the longest continuous rail trail in Australia.

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Murray to the mountains rail trail, High Country, Victoria, Australia

Murray to the Mountains Rail Trail

Wander through the beautiful and peaceful Ovens River Valley, enjoying views of the rugged landscape of Mount Buffalo and the Victorian Alps.

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