We invite you to explore the beautiful Snowy Mountains Region while you’re in the area for our event – Cooma and surrounds has so much to offer!
The Snowy Mountains region is unlike any other. From dramatic summits to breathtaking ravines, challenging adventure to tranquil solitude; its capacity for contrasts never ceases to surprise and inspire. Rich in history and captivating terrain, Cooma is the gateway to the alpine region, boasting an abundance of year-round cultural experiences and the famous Snowy Hydro Discovery Centre.
Now’s the time to discover the Snowies for yourself.
Cooma is the largest town in the Snowy Mountains Region. Set amongst rolling plains, legendary rivers and snow capped peaks, Cooma is known as the capital of the Snowy Mountains.
Mt Gladstone MTB Park is located just 3.5km west of Cooma, Mount Gladstone Reserve in Cooma is home to over 7km of prime enduro single track. Day-trip it from Canberra, stop en-route to the mountains, or make it a weekend – it won’t disappoint!
Fox Superflow® – 29 & 30 April
We are looking forward to racing on the home trails of The Snowy Mountains MTB Club – this is a social MTB club whose focus is on building awesome trails and riding in the Cooma area. We can’t wait to return to Mount Gladstone awesome trails!
This is enduro racing with new friends and without a tight schedule. Work with your crew and other racers to figure out the best order to race, get strategic! Elite racer, grom or noob, any age, will have a blast: there are no harsh cut-off times or start orders, which means whatever category you’re in, you can ride together and each lock your own best race run in!
Get ready to have an awesome day out as you smash down our Fox Superflow® race tracks to hunt down those precious seconds for the win!
Snowy MTB Shuttles Fri & Sat Avo
If you’re looking to send it down Shred Flanders or throw down some hot laps of Rubber Side Down…some last minute practice laps could get you race primed and your bike dialled to the harsh conditions of Mt Gladstone MTB Park.
$25 per person for 2 hours. Email them now to secure your spot: email@example.com – More info via their website: https://snowymtbshuttles.com.au/bookings
Discover everything that the greater Port Macquarie region has to offer. See below for lots of tips, ideas, itineraries, and recommendations. Log off early Friday and be in Port Macquarie by sunset to enjoy cocktails or a hearty brew and settle in for a perfect mountain bike weekend break!
The Snowy Mountains Travellers Rest
Address: 583 Snowy Mountains Hwy, Cooma
Phone: 0427 484 940
The Travellers Rest is a collaboration of buildings nestled in Pine Valley in the heart of the Snowy Mountains, just 6kms west of Cooma along the Snowy Mountains Highway.
The Travellers Rest was originally settled in 1861, and the quaint buildings house a chapel, functions room, accommodation, old-wares/coffee shop along with a restaurant and newly established whiskey lounge.
Ellstanmor Country Guest House
Address: 32 Massie Street, Cooma
Phone: 0418 434 189
Ellstanmor Country Guesthouse accommodation is very smart, but casual. Guests have a nice, clean, renovated and furnished room with en-suite bathroom. Some rooms can be combined to make a large suite with a living room and a huge veranda or the old servant’s quarters that has been extended and renovated makes a great self contained two bedroom apartment.
The parlour with French doors to the front of the house has a comfortable leather club suite. The dining room is the hub of the home, casual but very Victorian, with a large bay window and ornate fixtures.
Our top tips for #rockytrailracers
The team asked artists of all disciplines, local and beyond, to contribute works that relate to cars and other motor vehicles. The response was overwhelming and we think you will really enjoy the incredible mix of paintings, drawings, photos, sculptures and more.
Check out Cooma’s Dining Guide for more gastronomic inspiration.
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