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      Bike Park Closed for Season. Opens on November 18
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      For anyone serious about mountain biking Mt Buller is considered a must-do experience. Unique among mountain biking destinations in Australia, Mt Buller offers both world-class cross-country and downhill trails, in the stunning surrounds of the Australian Alps. There is little wonder why the Mt Buller Bike Park is one of Australia’s hottest ride destinations.\\r\\n\\r\\nMt Buller Bike Park is home to several firsts in Aussie mountain biking, including Australia’s first flow trail, Copperhead, and the Southern Hemisphere’s first and only IMBA Epic Trail, the infamous 40+km wilderness MTB trail, the Australian Alpine Epic. \\r\\n\\r\\nThe modular Pump Track, made up of 88 interchangeable parts and 102 liner metres of rideable surface is also an Australian first. Featuring numerous bumps, jumps, and berms, the track is ridden using weight shifts, (also known as pumping, hence the name) to ride the course continuously without pedaling and gravity to drive momentum.
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      Mountain Bike
      For anyone serious about mountain biking Mt Buller is considered a must-do experience. Unique among mountain biking destinations in Australia, Mt Buller offers both world-class cross-country and downhill trails, in the stunning surrounds of the Australian Alps. There is little wonder why the Mt Buller Bike Park is one of Australia’s hottest ride destinations.\\r\\n\\r\\nMt Buller Bike Park is home to several firsts in Aussie mountain biking, including Australia’s first flow trail, Copperhead, and the Southern Hemisphere’s first and only IMBA Epic Trail, the infamous 40+km wilderness MTB trail, the Australian Alpine Epic. \\r\\n\\r\\nThe modular Pump Track, made up of 88 interchangeable parts and 102 liner metres of rideable surface is also an Australian first. Featuring numerous bumps, jumps, and berms, the track is ridden using weight shifts, (also known as pumping, hence the name) to ride the course continuously without pedaling and gravity to drive momentum.

      E-Bike
      For anyone serious about mountain biking Mt Buller is considered a must-do experience. Unique among mountain biking destinations in Australia, Mt Buller offers both world-class cross-country and downhill trails, in the stunning surrounds of the Australian Alps. There is little wonder why the Mt Buller Bike Park is one of Australia’s hottest ride destinations.\\r\\n\\r\\nMt Buller Bike Park is home to several firsts in Aussie mountain biking, including Australia’s first flow trail, Copperhead, and the Southern Hemisphere’s first and only IMBA Epic Trail, the infamous 40+km wilderness MTB trail, the Australian Alpine Epic. \\r\\n\\r\\nThe modular Pump Track, made up of 88 interchangeable parts and 102 liner metres of rideable surface is also an Australian first. Featuring numerous bumps, jumps, and berms, the track is ridden using weight shifts, (also known as pumping, hence the name) to ride the course continuously without pedaling and gravity to drive momentum.

      Horse
      Horse riding is an activity that is only available at Mt Stirling, Mt Buller\\\'s neighbour, providing you with a great way to explore the high country like the cattlemen of old with access to over 60km of beautiful trails. Saddle up and roam freely along mountain ridges or through wide-open fields and thick forest gorges.\\r\\n\\r\\n \\r\\n\\r\\nGuided tours with local horsemen can be tailored to suit all ages and abilities, including day trips and overnight treks. Scenic trails leading to Craig\\\'s Hut and the Stirling Summit are always popular, offering great views of the surrounding region. \\r\\n\\r\\n \\r\\n\\r\\nMost of the trails across the Mt Buller network are shared amongst bush walkers, trail runners, mountain bike riders and horse riders. These trails are marked on each of the trail maps. We ask that all trail users be aware of all other trail users and please share the trails.\\r\\n\\r\\n \\r\\n\\r\\nPlease note horse riding is not permitted on any purpose built mountain bike trails.\\r\\nPlease take note of the signage throughout the trail network which identifies whether horse riding is permitted or not.

      Hike
      Mt Buller is crisscrossed with walking trails that will lead you around our pretty alpine village, up to the summit and down to the valley below. Choose from easy strolls or something more challenging. Views guaranteed at every turn. You are invited to explore this fragile and unique alpine environment with respect, take only photos, leave no trace and be rewarded with tranquil moments, clean alpine air and memories to treasure. Browse the trails listed below to choose your short, medium or day-hike.

      Trail Running
      Mt Buller is crisscrossed with walking trails that will lead you around our pretty alpine village, up to the summit and down to the valley below. Choose from easy strolls or something more challenging. Views guaranteed at every turn. You are invited to explore this fragile and unique alpine environment with respect, take only photos, leave no trace and be rewarded with tranquil moments, clean alpine air and memories to treasure. Browse the trails listed below to choose your short, medium or day-hike.

      Snowshoe
      Whether you\\\'re a beginner about to discover the magic of snowsports or an expert who can navigate the steepest slopes with ease, you\\\'ll get more out of your holiday if you ski or snowboard on the runs that are best suited to your level and Mt Buller has a variety of terrain to suit all abilities.

      Downhill Ski
      Whether you\\\'re a beginner about to discover the magic of snowsports or an expert who can navigate the steepest slopes with ease, you\\\'ll get more out of your holiday if you ski or snowboard on the runs that are best suited to your level and Mt Buller has a variety of terrain to suit all abilities.

      Backcountry Ski
      Whether you\\\'re a beginner about to discover the magic of snowsports or an expert who can navigate the steepest slopes with ease, you\\\'ll get more out of your holiday if you ski or snowboard on the runs that are best suited to your level and Mt Buller has a variety of terrain to suit all abilities.

      Nordic Ski
      Whether you\\\'re a beginner about to discover the magic of snowsports or an expert who can navigate the steepest slopes with ease, you\\\'ll get more out of your holiday if you ski or snowboard on the runs that are best suited to your level and Mt Buller has a variety of terrain to suit all abilities.

      Primary Trail Type: All-Mountain & Downhill
      eBikes Allowed: Yes
      Shuttleable: YES
      Land Status: Ski Resort
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      Region Details
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      • 23
      • 4

      Region Status
      Closed as of Jul 18, 2024
      Day Ticket
      $70 AUD
      Uplift Type
      Shuttle
      Season start
      Nov 18
      Season end
      Apr 28

      Stats

      Avg Trail Rating
      Trails (view details)
      39
      Trails Mountain Bike
      51
      Trails E-Bike
      47
      Trails Horse
      9
      Trails Hike
      23
      Trails Trail Running
      23
      Trails Dirtbike/Moto
      1
      Trails ATV/ORV/OHV
      1
      Trails Snowshoe
      7
      Trails Downhill Ski
      73
      Trails Backcountry Ski
      7
      Trails Nordic Ski
      7
      Total Distance
      87 miles
      Total Descent
      26,011 ft
      Total Vertical
      3,756 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      5,697 ft
      Reports
      1,038
      Photos
      691
      Ridden Counter
      17,445

      Photos of Mt Buller Alpine Resort Mountain Bike

      12 |
      Feb 18, 2024 @ 1:08pm
      Feb 18, 2024
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      Feb 18, 2024 @ 1:08pm
      Feb 18, 2024
      12 |
      Feb 18, 2024 @ 1:08pm
      Feb 18, 2024
      trail: Misty Twist
      9 |
      Dec 20, 2023 @ 3:07pm
      Dec 20, 2023
      trail: Abom
      380 |
      Mar 20, 2017 @ 6:14pm
      Mar 20, 2017
      trail: Abom
      214 |
      Mar 14, 2017 @ 5:48pm
      Mar 14, 2017
      trail: Stonefly
      624 |
      Feb 24, 2011 @ 1:52am
      Feb 24, 2011
      | 1 comments
      trail: Stonefly
      205 |
      Dec 3, 2010 @ 10:58pm
      Dec 3, 2010

      Videos of Mt Buller Alpine Resort Mountain Bike

      Sketchy (& slippery) boardwalk berm drop.
      23 | Feb 4, 2023
      Riding the Bars off the Edge
      trail: Copperhead
      94 | Jan 15, 2023
      Blake crash - Dec 2019
      trail: Abom
      0:10 | 174 | Apr 4, 2020
      Steezing Mt Bullers Jumps
      trail: Abom
      0:06 | 126 | Jan 20, 2020
      Bike Buller Festival 2019
      trail: Abom
      3:10 | 176 | Apr 2, 2019
      raw
      1:01 | 207 | Jan 29, 2019
      Mt Buller VDHS/National round 3
      2:28 | 425 | Jan 29, 2019

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      Recent Comments

      usernametypetitlecommentdate
      kingerz55trailSnowgumsExtremely overgrown below the road.
      Jan 3, 2024 @ 8:29pm
      Jan 3, 2024
      duevenreportClancy's Run@dgrdve: Awesome thanks for the info mate!
      Sep 13, 2023 @ 6:55pm
      Sep 13, 2023
      dgrdvereportClancy's RunNo later than Dec 1. It depends on the snow...
      Sep 13, 2023 @ 6:47pm
      Sep 13, 2023
      duevenreportClancy's RunWhen do these trails reopen?
      Sep 12, 2023 @ 9:49pm
      Sep 12, 2023
      SC00BStrailAustralian Alpine Epic Trail (No 3 to Plain Creek)Rode this several weeks ago. There's heaps of...
      Mar 14, 2023 @ 7:10pm
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      Nearby Areas

      namedistance
      Mt Stirling Alpine Resort 7 10 12.9 km
      Sawmill Settlement 1 25.4 km
      Howqua Hills Historic Area7.3 km
      Mansfield State Forest9.8 km
      Rifle Butts MTB Park 3 6 2 120.1 km

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      Activity Type Stats

      activitytypetrailsdistancedescentdescent distancetotal verticalratingglobal rankstate rankphotosreportsroutesridelogs
      Mountain Bike5187 miles26,010 ft53 miles3,757 ft
      #607#486911,038205,923
      E-Bike4782 miles24,236 ft50 miles3,757 ft
      #233#339858413
      Horse9492 ft
      #156#2542
      Hike215 miles3,278 ft5 miles3,399 ft
      #2,588#1387841109
      Trail Running235 miles3,278 ft5 miles3,399 ft
      #2,592#1407846194
      Dirtbike/Moto1492 ft
      3484
      ATV/ORV/OHV1492 ft
      3481
      Snowshoe7
      #210#11953
      Downhill Ski73
      #14#119474
      Backcountry Ski7
      #33#11957
      Nordic Ski7
      #104#11953
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