For the Family - take a nice easy ride around the Tumut Wetlands and discover the habitat of over 70 different bird species.
For riders at the intermediate and advanced levels experience the wonderful views of Tumut on the Mudowie Loop located at the Sarah Jeffery Reserve.
Ride back in time in the Northern End of Kosciuszko National Park with a mountain bike ride to one of the many pioneer huts and homesteads.
Local Tips & Advice
Please note the majority of tracks and trails in both National Parks and State Forests are dual purpose. You may encounter walkers, vehicles, log trucks, horseriders or other users.
At times areas within both National Parks and NSW Forests may be closed or have limited access due to weather, fire or logging operations.
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Mountain Biking in the Tumut Region
The Tumut Region has hundreds of kilometres of trails winding through native and plantation forests. Experience stunning views on trails suitable for the whole family or for the more adventerous find that challenging downhill run that would test the skill of the most experienced rider.
Tumut State Forest Recreational trails are made up of three sign posted loops with more than 7km of native bushland trails. These trails vary in their degree of difficulty with intermediate to advanced tracks. Access is off Fairway Drive in the Sarah Jeffrey Reserve near the Golf Club.
Kosciuszko National Park has some of the most scenic and challenging mountain bike trails. Ride to pioneer huts or test yourself on some adrenalin charged descents. Whatever your pace, make sure when in the Park to ride only on management trails, not walking tracks.
For more information follow the link to the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water website or the NSW Forests website.
http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/NationalParks/parkHome.aspx?id=N0018 or http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/forests/recreation/snowy
or visit the Tumut MTB facebook page
Tumut Festival of the Falling Leaf Mountain Bike Race
This adrenalin charged annual event is run in conjunction with the festival each April. Held on the purpose built track in the State Forest on the outskirts of Tumut it is growing bigger every year.
For more details contact Mountain Bike Club of Wagga Wagga http://www.mtbwagga.asn.au/ or visit the Tumut MTB facebook page