Thredbo has long been famous for its adrenaline-packed downhill trail, but it now boasts a flow trail and all mountain gravity trail, along with a network of cross country trails. All up, the 25 km network plus skills area and pump track has something for everyone.
Thredbo Alpine Village, Alpine Way, 35 km from Jindabyne
The Thredbo Valley Track is a shared use trail alongside the Thredbo River, linking Thredbo Alpine Village and Lake Crackenback Resort. It passes through the Ngarigo and Thredbo Diggings campgrounds, providing easy access to smaller sections of trail. The track is closed to bikes from the June long weekend to the October long weekend.
Accessible at numerous points along the Alpine Way from Thredbo to Lake Crackenback
The MTB trails at Lake Crackenback have played host to major sporting events in the Snowy Mountains including the ITU World Cross Triathlon Championships. The 25km trail network takes in the surrounds of the resort as well as the neighbouring Kosciuszko National Park and banks of the Thredbo River.
Located on the Alpine Way, approximately 16 km from Jindabyne
The 20 km trail network at Bungarra was purpose-built to cater for all riding abilities; from complete beginners to experienced MTB racers. The trails are located on private property - Jindabyne Cycling Club has access to these trails through an agreement with the land owners. Visitors and club members alike must adhere to any trail closures and respect the trails and facilities at all times.
Bungarra Lane, off the Barry Way, 4 km from Jindabyne
The Mill Creek trail offers a MTB link between the centre of Jindabyne and Tyrolean Village, approx 8km along the lake foreshore. The trails are a combination of hand- and machine-cut and have options for all level of riders.
Accessible from Rainbow Drive, Tyrolen Village or Cobbon Crescent, Jindabyne