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JindabyneLast Update: 3/2/2013

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For full information, including maps, photos and detailed info on trail sections use the links on the right

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The NSW Snowy Mountains MTB scene rapdily expanding.  Iíve decided to keep all the trail locations separated even though some are quite close to each other (and some will one day join up). Sections are: Jindabyne (trails around the dam), Bungarra Alpine Centre, Thredbo River including Lake Crackenback Resort and Spa, Thredbo Resort, Mt Kosciuszko, Perisher (still to come). Rolling Ground have a selection of Snow Mountains MTB Trail Maps available for download

In the winter of 2012 the Jindabyne Community Trail opened linking the Jindabyne Township to the fantastic trails from the Jindabyne Dam to the Tyrolean Villiage (Mill Creek Trails).  There is a proposed trail,  Stage 2, (partially ridable but not groomed) that extends the community trail closer to the township, the proposal indicates that the completed section will go even further, right around to the Bowling Club in fact where it will meet with the concrete path runs around the lake all the way to the Yacht Club.  There are plans to extend the Jindabyne trails around the full circumferance of Lake Jindabyne which will create a MASSIVE XC loop - Australia's answer to the Great Lake Taupo Trails in NZ

The Jindabyne MTB community is well supported by the Jindabyne Cycling Triathlon and MTB ClubRolling Ground (great map collection) and Sacred Ride Jindabyne.

Trail maps of the Snowy area

Blog articles that mention this trail

 

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This website is brought to you by MTB weekend warrior Aaron Markie.
There are plenty of great websites out there with a wealth of information about Mountain Bike Trails,
however in my experience its hard to get a good mix of info, maps, photos and videos of trails I've never ridden.
The idea of this website is to tie those 4 elements together and give you a more detailed look at the MTB Trails I ride.
If you have anything to add then let me know.