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    Hi guys you can also try Mansfield state forest which is pretty good there is the pines in goughs bay behind the caravan park that takes you into the forest I do some riding up that way and there are some pretty awesome tracks

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    I was in Big River this past weekend and there are plenty of tracks there. Lots of steep climbs as well and the tracks go for ages!!

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    Hey Belzy, most of the tracks around Eildon are fairly cruisy with a few nice ones that go down to the lake. However there are a heap of tracks to explore over Big River Jameson side or up towards Woods Point of your keen. Mount Terrible is also worth a look. Grab a Rooftops Map, should be in most local servos / stores in the area, these have great info on them on track conditions and points of interest.

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    There are some awesome camping and hiking around Fraser campsite, Lake Eldon, through dry-ish Red Box forest. Most need an affordable stroll up a variety but have excellent opinions over the river to Mt Buller. Mt Torbreck is another great place for camping.

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