Thredbo Valley Track
Kosciuszko National Park is a mountain bike rider’s paradise, and Thredbo Valley track is one of its most popular adventures on two wheels.
From family-friendly rides, and guided tours, to short technical sections, or the full 35 kilometre adventure for experienced riders, Thredbo Valley track has cycling experiences to suit everyone.
Starting from Thredbo village, the track follows the sparkling Thredbo River 16.7 kilometres downstream to Bullocks Flat.
Prefer to tackle just a section of the track? With easy access points at Thredbo, Ngarigo or Thredbo Diggings campgrounds, and Bullocks Flat, you can choose rides from one hour to one day.
The gravel section between Thredbo Diggings and Bullocks Flat is great for beginners. It’s also the only section generally open year-round for bike riders.
Experienced mountain bike riders can get their thrills on the technical switchbacks, contours and climbs between Ngarigo and Thredbo Diggings campgrounds.
Beyond Bullocks Flat, Thredbo Valley track extends 18.4 kilometres through remote terrain to Gaden Trout Hatchery. This challenging section is recommended for self-sufficient, experienced riders.
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