GRAVITY TRAILS

In the green season, Mt Buller's premier snow runs turn into the ultimate mountain biking course with a variety of challenging technical trail features such as berms, ramps and jumps. Accessible by shuttles, Mt Buller has been operating as a downhill venue since the 1980s, offering generations of riders the chance to feel the ultimate downhill thrill.

Mt Buller features 3 downhill, 1 flow track and 1 gravity trail, ranging from easy to advanced. The trails begin at Spurs Restaurant and are marked with trail-head signs detailing their degree of difficulty (green for easiest, blue for more difficult and black for most difficult), length and elevation loss.

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Copperhead

Trial Type: MTB Flow/Gravity Difficulty: Blue Distance: 2.5 km

Australia’s first flow down trail begins at the Northside Discovery Centre, snaking its way down Shaky Knees ski run. Large deep berms pump riders out and into a descent past Alpine Central through a number of switch backs before joining Home Trail, then it’s a final plunge through a number of fun and flowy corners, over a bridge and finishing at the Chalet Creek mid-station of the Northside Express Chairlift.


Outlaw

Trial Type: MTB Downhill Difficulty: Blue Distance: 2 km

Starts at the back of the car park near Spurs Restaurant (F8). A couple of switchbacks then the trail flows with land contours through snowgums and small drop-offs. Continue down the steep Damn Run switchbacks onto open fire road to access chairlift.


International

Trial Type: MTB Downhill Difficulty: Black Distance: 2 km

Not for the faint hearted. The most advanced trail at Mt Buller, International is an extremely technical trail with commiting features. Recommended for expert riders only. Features extremely technical terrain including sustained rock sections, jumps, berms, bridges and drop-offs and includes the iconic 'Mark's Madness'.


ABOM

Trial Type: MTB Downhill Difficulty: Blue Distance: 2.2 km

The original downhill trail at Mt Buller, raced and ridden for years, includes fast, open straights with sweeping corners, berms and numerous switchbacks.



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