The Dargo and Bogong High Plains offer some great opportunities for exploration by bicycle. Track surfaces vary from sealed roads to steep, rough four wheel
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The Dargo and Bogong High Plains offer some great opportunities for exploration by bicycle. Track surfaces vary from sealed roads to steep, rough four wheel drive tracks. Cycling is not permitted on walking tracks.
The following roads and aqueducts are available for bicycle riding:
- All public roads, except if subject to seasonal closure
- Rocky Valley, Cope East, Cope West, Langford East and Langford West aqueducts
- All management vehicle only (MVO) roads, except for Spion Kopje Track
The related publication below provides a general guide to the areas where mountain biking can be enjoyed.
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