Mar 5, 2016 - Mar 5, 2016
Victoria's 7 peaks Alpine Ascent Challenge is an at-your-own pace cycling challenge which takes you up winding mountain roads, around steep turns and past spectacular views right to the top of Victoria's Alpine Resorts.
Climbs to conquer during summer:
The climb up to one of Victoria's favourite snowfields is among the most picturesque in the state. Rising from the small township of Mirimbah, the ascent of Mt Buller is fairly steady throughout but with a final few kilometres that are very steep and pose a great challenge for cyclists of all abilities.
Consistent and picturesque climb with a few flat spots and steeper sections.
The steepest section is Hell Corner at 14.9km - a left-hand bend with a gradient of ~13%.
The optional climb from the village to the Arlberg Hotel is steep (10%+) but with great views.
Riders of all abilities are welcome to come to the 7 Peaks Domestique Rides, two fully hosted, closed road (no traffic!) rides held at the beginning and the end of the 7 Peaks Ride season. Best of all the rides are completely free.
Join Matt de Neef from The Climbing Cyclist and Andy van Bergen from Hells 500 for the increasingly popular Domestique Rides.
10am-1pm Mt Buller Tourist Road CLOSED from Mirimbah to Mt Buller
10:30am-1:30pm Entertainment and kids jumping castle in the Village Square
10:30am-1:30pm 7 Peaks Passport stamping
Click here for more information on the 7 Peaks Domestique Series.
Head to our Bike Buller Recommends page for a list of cycle-friendly accommodation.
There are a range of other accommodation options available including a number of self-contained apartments, comfortable lodges and hostel style beds. Call High Country Reservations on 1800 BULLER for details, booking and pricing.