Albury Wodonga Official Visitor Guide : Albury Wodonga Official Visitor Guide 2014
With so much fresh air and amazing natural scenery right outside your door, who can resist the call to get out and play? You’ll find natural woodlands, manicured gardens and outdoor fun for all seasons. run, walk or spin your wheels We’ve got over 90 kilometres of beautiful trails in our region, so, whatever speed you’re going at, you’re bound to be inspired. Pick up a map, get your runners on and hit the trail! Try an early morning run along the peaceful Wagirra Trail on the banks of the Murray River and check out the signs about Wiradjuri history and culture while you’re taking a break. Revitalise the spirit with the lake, river and alpine views from the trails at Wodonga’s Huon Hill Parklands. Enthusiastic cyclists won’t miss the High Country Rail Trail along the old railway line from Wodonga to Old Tallangatta – a distance of 43 kilometres each way. The new landscape architecture on the Trail’s 600m Sandy Creek Bridge is a big attraction for walkers and bike riders. You can hire a bike from the Wodonga Visitor Information Centre or one of the local bike shops. 20 ALbury WodongA OFFICIAL VISITOR GUIDE local favourite: Get your local knowledge from an expert, take a fishing tour with Lake Hume Hire. And don’t forget to buy your fishing license before you go. 21 NATuRE wild AT hEArT Nail Can Hill is the place to head if you’re into unspoiled bush, spring wildflowers and great vistas. If you like a challenge, you’ll love the popular Nail Can Hill Run on the second Sunday in May, which has been held every year since 1977. Steve Moneghetti did it in 34.57 minutes, but don’t let that put you off! Whether you’re a serious competitor, fun runner or casual walker, you’ll enjoy a really great day out. Enter online at www.nailcanhillrun.com The Hill is also where you’ll find the most avid mountain bikers testing themselves on the trails.
Albury Wodonga Official Visitor Guide 2015