Cycle the East Gippsland Rail Trail with Snowy River Cycling. It is a traffic free cycle and walking trail that stretches for nearly 100 kilometres through serene forests and farmlands.
Snowy River Cycling supplies a full package of services along the trail, including bike hire, luggage transfer, accommodation and return transport for riders and bikes.
Bike hire comes with the peace of mind of knowing provided by a 'bike guarantee'. If you have any bike breakdowns other than a flat tyre Snowy River Cycling will repair or replace your bike on the trail.
Tour packages can include bike hire, accommodation, daily luggage transfers and return transport shuttle to your start. All packages are tailored to suit.
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Provide us with details of when you would like to travel, how many in your group, how many days you would like to cycle and any other particular requirements and we will provide you with a tailored itinerary proposal.
Snowy River Cycling offers both self-guided and guided cycling tours in Eastern Victoria, suited to both experienced and less frequent bike riders.
The East Gippsland Rail Trail traverses the region, offering superb cycling following a former railway line through forests and farmland for nearly 100 kilometres from Bairnsdale to Orbost, linking the Gippsland Lakes with the Snowy River.
Snowy River Cycling Self Guided Rail Trail tours allow you to explore the area at your own time and pace. Snowy River Cycling will tailor a journey for you of two to four days or more, providing you with a bike, helmet and day bag, book your accommodation, transfer your luggage and arrange your return transport, as well as providing maps and information to make your journey more enjoyable.
Snowy River Cycling can also set you up with bike and maps for a day ride in either Orbost or Bairnsdale, providing bikes, helmets and maps for a days riding.
Guided tours take you through the more remote places in the region, on tours of up to six days that may explore from high Alpine meadows to a wild coastline, or follow quiet back roads along peaceful rivers.
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