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Mountain Bike Trails

Trailforks has a great list of mountain bike tracks and trails in the region. We suggest downloading the app while you're somewhere with WiFi to use on track (as many areas will not have mobile phone coverage).

Explore the NSW Bago and Maragle State Forests.

There are numerous routes through pine and eucalypt forests; some will take you to Paddy's River Dam and the lovely Buddong Falls.

Another good track going south from the Elliott Way follows the powerline to the Tooma River, and finishes near Khancoban. This track connects with the Bicentennial National Trail.

In the Kosciuszko National Park bikes are permitted on most management trails but not on walking tracks. Cycling in the Jagungal and Pilot wilderness areas is limited to certain tracks.

For more information contact:

Khancoban Visitor Information Centre

(National Parks and Wildlife Service operated)

Phone: 02 6076 9373 or 02 6076 9382

Contact hours: 9am-4pm (closed 12.30pm-1pm) Monday to Friday. Open daily during peak summer season and school holidays.

Easter Feast of Cycling

The annual Easter Feast of Cycling offers fantastic rides for road and mountain bikes in beautiful natural scenery.

For more information visit:

Snowy Valleys Cycle Challenge

The inaugural Snowy Valleys Cycle Challenge, an initiative of the Rotary Club of Tumut Inc, with the assistance of the Rotary Clubs of Batlow and Tumbarumba,  is being held on Sunday 24th March. Starting in Adelong, there are 3 options catering to riders of different abilities. The 144km ride heads from Adelong to Tumbarumba via Batlow, returning to Adelong via roads with long sweeping decents. It's a wonderful way to experience the region. For more information, or to register, visit

Tumbarumba Pump Track

Opened in December 2018, the Tumbarumba Pump Track was made possible through grants from the NSW Government's Stronger Country Communities fund and Cycle Tumbarumba's successful application to Hyne Tumbarumba Community Trust.  Suitable for all abilities (and anything on wheels including bikes, scooters and skateboards), it provides a facility to learn and practice the skills required for mountain biking and riding the skate park, as the features are ‘rollable’ for beginners and allow for progression to ‘pumping’ and even jumping as skill level improves.

You'll find the Tumbarumba Pump Track in the Creekscape (Tumbarumba's beautiful park just behind the main street).