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The Alpine Way is a sealed and an unsealed road in New South Wales. It goes from near Khancoban to near Jindabyne.
The Alpine Way's highest elevation along its length is 1600m (highlight point | zoom to point) and the lowest point is at 286m (highlight point | zoom to point).
For cyclists and those towing caravans, boats or heavy loads the Alpine Way is mountainous along its 105 km length, with about 35 km that is steeper in incline/grade than 5% (9.9 km is steeper in incline/grade than 10% and 3.7 km of that has an incline/grade more than 15%!). The total ascent / descent along the length of the Alpine Way is 3100 m / 2674 m.
Bonzle incline/gradient summary
|Total length||<5% incline/grade||5-10% incline/grade||10-15% incline/grade||>15% incline/grade|
|105 km||56.3 km||21.5 km||6.2 km||3.7 km|
Towns, villages and localities on the Alpine Way include Khancoban (highlight), Tom Groggin (highlight), Thredbo Village (highlight) and Penderlea (highlight).
The Alpine Way is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
Bonzle users have said that the facilities at Alpine Way include a wide verge. Do you know of other facilities available at Alpine Way? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
Bonzle users have reported that Alpine Way is a good place for cycling, sightseeing and tourist drive. Do you know of other recreational activities at Alpine Way? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
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