Officially the most epic mountain bike adventure in Australia, the Australian Alpine Epic Trail is the first trail in the southern hemisphere to be designated 'epic' by the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA).
The trail is a long-distance, cross-country descending trail that starts in Mt Buller. It winds through some of the most spectacular terrain in the Australian Alps and takes in familiar favourites including Soul Revival, One Tree Hill, Gang Gangs, Picnic Trail, Cornhill Trail, Woolybutt and Stonefly (ascent).
The ride gets a little more wild as it continues through Mt Stirling to Telephone Box Junction, Razorback Trail, and deep into the forest before an endless descent down to Carter’s Road and along to leafy Mirimbah Park.
The trail is open from December to April and you can take advantage of the shuttle services, bike-friendly accommodation, bike hire, sales and service and more on Mt Buller.
Location: Mt Buller
Distance: 40 kilometres
Riding time: 4–7 hours
Start: Mt Buller Alpine Village
Finish: Mirimbah Park at the base of Mt Buller and Mt Stirling resorts
Note:You will come across a cattle containment gate at Mt No 3 Road - proceed through this gate (please open and close it), to continue on the Epic trail. There are three sections of the trail on Mt Stirling that are shared with horse riders and bush walkers; these users have right of way. Share trails include: Bluff Trail, Hut Trail and Razorback Trail. Always give way to other users.
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