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Kosciuszko Summit Climb

Average Rating:    (4 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 1

You will encounter a very good quality service trail which will wind itself uphill. There's a great view of the Main Range - so take it slowly and enjoy the view on the way up because you'll scream back downhill. After 5km you'll reach the clear Snowy River - very beautiful spot for a break - before climbing up a steep hill towards Seamans Hut. Here, your final destination - Mt Kosciuszko, would be seen. From here on there's only 2km till you reach Rawsons Pass - where bikes can go no further and you'll have to lock your machine. Retrace your steps again to get back to Charlotte's Pass as there's no other way! But take care on the beautiful descent coz walkers will go crazy if you go too fast or too quietly fly by them.
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Latitude
-36.43316082932367
Longitude
148.32555770874023
Trail Directions
From Jindabyne, drive up road towards Charlotte's Pass. Park your car where the Summit Trail starts (where you can't go no further). Pick up your bike and start riding - there's only one trail so you can't get lost. Don't try any other trail because it is ILLEGAL!!!! And, just a small reminder - DON'T FORGET TO BRING A GOOD LOCK!!!
Trail Length
16km return
Trail Level
Beginner
Trail Type
Fire Roads
City/County
Jindabyne
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Review Date
December 12, 1999

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: Alan Khaw , from Sydney, Australia

Summary:
The downhill all the way to the park gate, which is on the main road is a thrilling ride for those who likes long stretches o road down hill. There are three hills to push you (after climbing the summit and doing these three hills is like additional torture for beginner/intermediates).

Recommended Route:
Only one route up.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Downhill from the top of Blue Cow.



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