Cycle a Rail TrailView trips

The Snowy Mountains are home to some of Australia’s most breathtaking views.

On a self-guided bike trip in the Kosciuszko National Park you’ll get to experience a variety of scenery. The Snowy Mountains are rich with indigenous history and significance, teeming with wildlife and blessed with landscapes of remarkable beauty.

Popular among cyclists is the Sea to Kosciuszko route, where you pedal from the glittering coastline at Tathra, on the far south coast of NSW, until you reach the top of Australia in the form of Mount Kosciuszko near Jindabyne.

It is also possible to cycle the reverse edition if you want a less challenging bike tour.

No matter which cycling holiday you choose, you’re bound to have a wonderful time exploring Australia’s Snowy Mountains by bike.


Self Guided Cycling Specialists

As the pioneers of self guided active travel in Australia you can expect a seamless experience. Our quality tour notes and logistical expertise sets us apart and ensures a quality experience for you.

Expert Local Advice

Our team is passionate about cycling in Australia and their extensive knowledge and experience means you get the very best advice - every time. We will help you tailor the right cycling itinerary for you.

High Quality Services

Expect first-class and flexible support both on and off the trail. We've sourced the highest quality bikes and most authentic accommodations so you can enjoy a stress free cycling trip.

Australian Cycle Tours is committed to responsible travel and true sustainability. It was a commitment formed when the company was established, and today, in the face of a multitude of threats to global environments and cultures, our commitment is stronger than ever. Over several decades we have honed our responsible travel philosophy and are continually assessing and improving initiatives that are practiced in the field to ensure that we are mitigating our impact to the smallest possible footprint. View our award winning Responsible Travel Guidebook here.

In the winter months (July and August) temperatures can drop to below zero in the Snowy Mountains. In the summer months, days are long and warm, and visitors can opt to swim throughout the day when visiting the Snowy River.