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Falls Creek has arrived as Australia's next big thing in Mountain Biking.  Come November 21st 2015 we will officially open stage 3 of our new mountain bike trail network - this means 6 brand new trails to more than double the existing singletrack. Cross Country, fire-trail or off-Road, at Falls we've got your riding covered!

Things just got serious. You can now ride some of the newest mountain bike trails in the country at Falls Creek Mountain Bike Park .

In 2013/14 we opened the first 4 trails at Falls Creek - the stepping stones to something huge. Now 3 years into the trail development, we've just opened another 6 new trails to make over 20km total. All trails are Cross Country with the odd All Mountain exception and the majority of the trails sit comfortably around the green and blue difficulty. 

Technical climbs and gnarly descents all accessible from within the village - It's a pretty exciting setup for true Alpine Resort mountain biking!

Find out more about our new MTB trails >

It's fair to say the landscape at Falls Creek is pretty special. Inspirational is a word that often comes to mind. Whether venturing out to the depths of the Alpine National Park or exploring closer to the Resort, the beauty of the High Plains makes any ride memorable.

Falls Creek is well-equipped with a well established network of Roman-style aqueducts & dirt fire trails that take you to most coreners of the Alpine national Park.  Visit the local peaks, historic cattleman's huts and alpine meadows of the Bogong High Plains - at Falls there is plenty to explore.

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Some riders like the long haul, and we respect that. There are a number of trails heading out of Falls Creek to take riders to Mt Beauty, or most of the way to Omeo. These rides can be tough, through severe terrain and take in massive climbs. For those who love the challenge  the reward is worth the effort.

For a fire track run with long descents, Timms Spur offers a tough climb over Mt Spion Kopje but a free flowing ride once past. McKay Creek offers an easier route to Mt Beauty with a mostly flat and downhill approach. Then there is Fainter Track, a challenging ride through bush-bashing terrain but with views that are simply incredible. Finish off each of each of these three with a stop at the Big Hill bike park leading into Mt Beauty.

Find out more about Long Distance & Offroad Trails >

Blue Dirt Mountain Biking are back at Falls Creek in 2015/16 with their most expansive shuttle sschedule yet.  Blue Dirt will be on-site almost every weekend until January 2016 and then every second weekend until March to ferry riders and their bikes to the top of the Singletrack network. Shuttles cost $50 per day or $90 for a weekend and can be booked online.

Beginners skills clinics held Dec 30 & Jan 2 from 3pm - 6pm $150pp. Clinics start and finish at the Village Bike Cafe. Hire Bikes available & pre-bookings recommended.


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Pre-book Gravity Shuttles online >

Falls Creek offers a range of bike rental options right within the village. New in 2015 is the Blue Dirt Bike Cafe - a shipping container extravaganza set up with bike rentals, spares, servicing, coffee and more. Check it out in the Slalom Day Car Park.

For Rentals loook no further than Frueauf Village or Falls Creek Mountain Bikes at the Last Hoot.  Each of these offers a range of new top end bikes for prebooking (or walk-in if you are lucky).

Contact each of the operators direct by the following numbers or click below for further detail about each operator. 

Blue Dirt Mountain Biking - 0409 161 903
Falls Creek Mountain Bikes -  0488 321 031
Frueauf Village Bike Rental - 1300 300 709

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