Shared Biking and Walking Trails

Lake Jindabyne Shared Trail

The Lake Jindabyne Shared Trail Network is a project that aims to see single track mountain bike trails connect the outer villages and also link with other trail networks in our region. The long term vision is for the trail to eventually circumnavigate 70km around Lake Jindabyne.

The Jindabyne Shared Trail Section 355 Committee are the drivers for the project. With the support of Council, the Committee have so far successfully completed the Mill Creek section of the trail which now connects Jindabyne to Tyrolean Village. The committee are currently seeking funding to continue with the next stage of the project. This will involve linking Curiosity Rocks to Hatchery Bay.  View the brochure below for a project overview and brief plan.
 
Where To Ride

There are a number of trail construction projects underway within our shire, over 40km of new shared trails (both walking and mountain bike trails) have been build within the last 2 years. The Snowy Mountains is fast becoming a mountain biking destination. There are some great places to ride including; 

Thredbo Valley Track- Kosciusko National Park
 
 The 17km track extends from Thredbo to Lake Crackenback resort. The walking/biking track showcases some spectacular scenery as it traverses through mountain ash forests, snow gum woodlands and sub-alpine grasslands. The track is easy, so offers riding for all levels. For more information go to the National Parks and Wildlife website; Thredbo Valley Track
  
  
Bungarra Alpine Learning Centre

Bungarra Alpine Learning Centre have approximately 20km of trails professionally built to cater for all levels, as well as a skills area to help you progress your technical skills. These trails are only open to the public on weekends and require a trail pass fee of $7. For more information on trail use and fees go to the Bungarra web site at www.bungarra.com.au
 
 
Lake Crackenback Resort

There are approximately 14km of single track mountain bike trails at Lake Crackenback resort. The trails are open to the public 7 days a week during spring and summer. Go to Lake Crackenback Resort for more information.
 
 
Thredbo

The Mountain Biking season opens November 14. 

Once summer arrives the once wintry mountain is transformed from a snow lover's paradise into a mountain biking mecca. The terrain caters for all from downhill adrenalin seekers to families looking for a scenic trail ride. There are a mix of mountain bike adventures that everyone can do no matter what your fitness and bike level. Visit the Thredbo website for more information at www.thredbo.com.au