With a ride to suit every cyclist, Victoria's High Country is recognised as Australia's premium cycling destination. Challenge yourself to cycle up one or all seven of Australia's most spectacular roads in the 7 Peaks Challenge. Flow along seemingly endless singletrack and world-class downhill mountain bike trails or slow it down and visit local wineries, breweries and farm gates on a delightful and delicious rail trail ride.
Tour de High Country
Sign up for the annual 7 Peaks and challenge yourself to climb some of Victoria's classic alpine peaks. Ride independently or join one of the many tour operators who run tours specifically to conquer one or more of the 7 Peaks. Download the 7 Peaks app to track your progress, measure your success against your friends and go into the major prize for a cycling trip to Europe.
A relaxed degree of difficulty
Take a meandering journey on one of the breathtakingly beautiful rail trails in the region - Murray to Mountains, High Country Rail Trail or the Great Victorian Rail Trail.
Arm yourself with a map, two wheels and a few mates to track down Victoria's best fresh produce. Pedal between small village producers and fill your basket with gourmet cheese, fresh berries, wine and olives along the way. Take the Muscat Trail around Rutherglen to sample renowned fortified wines at age-old vineyards.
Home to half of Victoria's recognised mountain bike trails, from cross-country trails for all abilities to singletrack and jump runs, Ride High Country is mountain biking's new frontier.
Head up to Mount Buller and test your endurance on their EPIC trail, a world-class course acknowledged by the International Mountain Biking Association. Bright's Mystic Mountain Bike Park will keep you busy, navigating the near 100 kilometres of singletrack, while Falls Creek is now linked to Mount Beauty via their Flow Nation trail. Don't forget about Flame Trees in Beechworth (designed by the World Trail crew) or Yackandandah's singletrack paradise at Yack Tracks.
Please ride responsibly and safely at all times. Cycling is a privilege, so treat the environment and other road and trail users with respect and courtesy.