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Mt Buller is an alpine environment and conditions can change quickly, with sub-zero temperatures and even snow occurring in summer. Please ensure you check the weather forecast and come suitably prepared. Trails are graded according to their difficulty, in accordance with international standards. Be sure to choose a trail that matches your fitness, ability and equipment. Remember to ride within your limits. Let someone know where you are going, and when you plan to return.
Mountain biking can be hazardous. Trails at Mt Buller may include unmarked obstacles and hazards such as sticks, rocks, logs, trees, steep inclines, drop-offs and loose surfaces. Riders attempting these tracks do so at their own risk. Downhill trails at Mt Buller include extremely rough and rocky terrain. Specific downhill or freeride mountain bikes with front and rear suspension are recommended.
First aid professionals are on hand to assist during downhill shuttle operations In the event of injury on downhill trails during these times, notify a first aid staff member. In case of an emergency on cross-country/wilderness trails, phone 000 or contact Resort Management on 03 5777 6077, which is able to reach emergency services on your behalf. Resort Management is open from 8:30am–5pm on weekdays and 10am–4pm on weekends and public holidays.
Emergency markers are located throughout the resort, identifying your position to emergency services. Call 000 and quote the number on the nearest marker.
Riding with an Australian Safety Standard approved bike helmet is recommended on all of our trails. When riding our Gravity Trails we highly recommend the use of other safety/protective equipment including, but not limited to: full face helmets, elbow and knee pads, shin guards, back protection, protective eye wear, neck brace etc.
EN15194 approved pedalec bikes or an electric-assisted bike (of not more than 250 watts), are permitted on the Mt Buller and Mt Stirling trail network.
Pedal less and/or throttle type eMTB’s are not permitted. If you’d like to hire an eMTB’s drop into All Terrain Cycles in the Village Square Plaza.
Mobile phone coverage (particularly Telstra) is fairly good throughout the Resort, and it is advised that you carry a mobile on you at all times.
Mt Buller is in the North East fire district. In the event of extreme and code red fire rating days, we recommend you do not ride on the Mt Buller and Mt Stirling mountain bike trails.
For up to date information on bushfires visit the CFA website www.cfa.vic.gov.au
Most of trails across the Mt Buller network are shared amongst bush walkers, trail runners, mountain bike riders and horse riders. These trails are marked on each of the trail maps. We ask that all trail users be aware of horses and please share the trails.
Mt Buller and Mt Stirling Resort Management maintains the trails for the pleasure of cyclists and walkers to explore and enjoy over the summer season.
If you see anything that you think could be changed, repaired or improved please share your ideas with us via email firstname.lastname@example.org and it will be shared with the team.
Our vision is to manage a sustainable, low-maintenance facility that blends seamlessly with the natural, alpine environment and that allows more people to experience and enjoy this beautiful place.
We hope you continue to enjoy the facilities here at Mt Buller. We welcome any feedback that will assist us to realise our vision over the next few years to create a sustainable, low maintenance facility that blends seamlessly with the natural environment.
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There are mixed emotions as we reach the end of this incredible green season on the bike trails; feeling sad but high stoke for the season that was all at the same time.
A massive thanks go out to all those who have been a part of the works across Mt Buller and Mt Stirling in transforming out mountain bike trails including a big thank you to the Victorian Government’s Regional Tourism Investment Fund - Stimulus Round for the funding that made reinvigorating the trails possible.
If you didn't make it up here this summer, make a plan to get on your bike in November 2022 and see what all the fuss is about. The bike trails are now closed as winter preparation kicks into gear across the resorts, but we'll keep you posted when our trails roll out for next summer.
Our entire MTB trail network will be fully refurbished through the 2021/22 Summer season, thanks to a $1.25m grant funding from the Victorian Government’s Regional Tourism Infrastructure Fund. Taking place over the next several months, the MTB trail network is getting groomed, developed, and manicured to perfection, but until they're ready, there will be the occasional trail closure across the MTB trail network. We encourage all riders to inspect the new trails before committing to an extreme run of the trail.
Keep an eye on the Bike Trail Report here for the latest on what trails are open and closed.
Trails involve a range of technical features and obstacles, vary in altitude from 600 to 1700m and guarantee incredible views, an amazing alpine environment
Mt Buller features 3 downhill, 1 flow track and 1 gravity trail, ranging from easy to advanced.
Test your strength and endurance by cycling up to the Resort on the Mt Buller Tourist Road - a 16km uphill grind that stretches from the base of the mountain to the top.
Mountain bike shuttles servicing the Mt Buller and Mt Stirling trail network.
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