Snowy Mountains and Coasts
Cool days and cooler nights make this a very comfortable and cosy ride
From November to April is the perfect time of year for riding the high-country. It can get pretty cold and be snowed in between June and September. On our way down to the Snowy Mountains, we’ll stop in the Southern Highlands. With it’s scenic properties and excellent food, you might just want to stay here for the full 6 days.
Riding in the Snowy Mountains is without equal. Native flora and fauna abounds and the roads and scenery here are picturesque. Some corners are tight and demand your full attention while others are ever winding… all perfect for riding… as long as you’re paying attention.
Coming out of the Snowy Mountains through Thredbo and Jindabyne, then heading across to the far south coast is simply magic. You’ll see beautiful scenery, bushland, and rural pastures and properties that will live with you forever.
Once we hit the coast and turn left toward Sydney, there’ll still be two fabulous days of riding and visiting so many beautiful beaches you’ll want to sample each and every one of them. The coastal road south of Sydney is unique. It passes so close to many beaches you’ll feel the spray from the surf on a windy day. We’ll finish our ride by going through the Royal National Park and as we mostly do, head over the Sydney Harbour Bridge before returning our bikes.
Check out the route on google maps here to see why this ride gives you the diversity of experiences you’ll remember forever.
This tour averages 220km a day on ride days.
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