Thredbo Valley Track
Open November to May conditions permitting. See current trail status on NPWS website.
This impressive shared-use trail takes riders down the picturesque Thredbo Valley and includes some amazing suspension bridges. Meandering along the banks of the famous Thredbo River, riders can maintain flow undulating through open grasslands and thick eucalyptus forests.
Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly ride or a leg burner day, choose from one of three popular adventures.
Distance: 6km one way | 12km return
The section to the third bridge (5km return) or Rangers Station (12km return) is perfect for the beginners with some climbing involved on the return trip.
A shared use trail takes riders down the picturesque Thredbo Valley across three amazing suspension bridges to the old Rangers Station.
Meandering along the banks of the famous Thredbo River, riders can maintain flow undulating though open grasslands and thick eucalyptus.
Distance: 14.5km to Thredbo Diggings, 20km to Lake Crackenback Resort
Continuing downriver from Rangers Station there are forests and open woodlands with smooth descents and short uphill bursts with rollers to keep the flow going.
Running parallel with the run of the Thredbo River, you continue onto Thredbo Diggings campsites where riders can call it a day, or make you way to the well-maintained trails of Lake Crackenback Resort.
Distance: 35km one way
The newly opened lower Thredbo Valley Track extension for the more experienced rider adds 15km to the trail from Lake Crackenback to Gaden Trout Hatchery. Note, there are no exit points in this section of the trail.
This is a thrilling new option for adventure riders keen to test their legs on a more challenging, and remote section of this iconic track. The first 3km’s beyond Crackenback is an easy to moderate ride before getting more technical and the landscape more remote.
Packed with challenges including tight switchbacks, high berms, rocky surfaces, and steep gradients it’s a great trail for intermediate and advanced riders.
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Thredbo sits on the traditional land of the Monero – Ngarigo people who have looked after this land, water and community for over 60,000 years. We thank them for all they have done and continue to do to look after their country, a special place which we all love and respect.