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We were staying in Albury so we rode from there to Wodonga and picked up the Rail Trail route just outside Wodonga after riding a mix of good paths and roads. The trail itself was a mix of gravel, tightly packed sand, metal wetland brides...More
What a fantastic rail trail it not only offers a great & challenging distance but the scenery is beautiful. From stunning hillsides & mountains in the backdrop to Hume weir with its water. The incredible Sandy Creek rail trail bridge yet another spectacular. Upon nearing...More
Part walk on this High Country Rail Trail
This bridge has been completed over the Sandy Creek for some time
On the eastern end it had an interesting history display
We walked over and back and admired the view from both sides
Another completion from...More
This is an experience that takes in the old and new. The feel of history on this trail, where others have gone before us by train. We can now walk ,cycle, stroll, take in the views in this beautiful area. See it as an adventure...More
We did the return cycle from Lake Hume to Old Tallangatta & return (70km), which was most enjoyable. We stopped at a nice coffee shop in Tallangatta, and after returning from Old Tallangatta, we had a lovely & healthy lunch in the Bakery at Tallangatta....More
We stayed at Talgarno on the Hume Weir at an Air BNB and drove to Huon, parked the car and headed to Old Talangatta. The ride was great, very scenic along the Hume Weir and crossing over some nice cycle path bridges. Not much at...More
I've ridden my bike along the various sections of this rail trail numerous times. The scenery is fantastic along the Hume Weir from Bonegilla to Old Tallangatta, including the long Sandy Creek Bridge. The upper section around Shelley is also great, with the mountain scenery,...More
An excellent ride from Albury (went via Lake Hume and crossed over the dam wall), then onto the trail to Tallangatta. Coming back via Wodonga was wet due to recent floods that required some riding through shallow water to access the new floodplain bridges.
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The main part of the High Country Rail Trail is 35 kilometres and is part-gravel and part-sealed rail. It runs along the former Cudgewa railway line from Wodonga, along the edge of Lake Hume, to Old Tallangatta. The best... More
The main part of the High Country Rail Trail is 35 kilometres and is part-gravel and part-sealed rail. It runs along the former Cudgewa railway line from Wodonga, along the edge of Lake Hume, to Old Tallangatta. The best part is a newly re constructed 600 metre walking bridge over the old railway bridge over the Sandy Creek Inlet. If you prefer a shorter walk (or bike ride), you can start the walk at a number of places along the walk as there are plenty of parking spots. There are also lots of interesting geocaching points along the walk - have fun.