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7 Peaks Ride - Dinner Plain

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Victoria’s 7 Peaks Ride is the ultimate Australian alpine ascent challenge, running from October to the end of March. It’s an at-your-own pace cycling challenge which takes you up winding mountain roads, around steep turns and past spectacular views right to the top of Victoria’s Alpine Resorts.

Every time you ride one of the 7 Peaks, stop at the top and get a stamp in your 7 Peaks passport and enter the draw to win some amazing prizes. Climb out of Omeo past Cobungra Station on the Great Alpine Road, taking note to grab a breather at the Kosciuszko Lookout 20 kilometres along the way. The climb is steep to start; a 400 metre ascent followed by undulating road and another long steep climb from the Victoria River to the alpine plateau. Climb through the changing landscape of alpine ash, snowgum forest and heathland.

Only 12 kilometres from Hotham, picturesque Dinner Plain village is a top spot to stop. Spend the night, recharge your batteries and tackle the Hotham climb the following day. Total distance: 42.8 kilometres.

For more information and to register for a passport, visit the website.

Content: Tourism North East