Victoria’s 7 peaks Alpine Ascent Challenge is an at-your-own pace cycling challenge which takes you up winding mountain roads, around steep turns and past spectacular views right to the top of Victoria’s Alpine Resorts.
Your challenge for the next five months is to take on the toughest road climbs in Australia – which rival some of the famous Tour de France peaks.
The 7 Peaks passport will be the proof of your cycling toughness, stamping it along the way for every summit you successfully ride. Once you have completed your peaks and submitted your stamped passport, you will go into the draw to win some amazing prizes. Ride four peaks or more and you get the chance to win this year’s major prize. There’s also 7 amazing alpine winter experiences to be won.
You can tackle the 7 Peaks (Mt Baw Baw, Mt Buffalo, Mt Buller, Dinner Plain, Falls Creek, Hotham, Lake Mountain) anytime from October 18 2013 to March 31 2014. Entries close 5pm April 11, 2014.
So give your cycling a serious hit of altitude this summer. Throw down the challenge to yourself, your mates or your cycling club. Victoria’s 7 Peaks are there for the taking…
Peaks to conquer
See you soon in the breathtaking Victorian Alps. Enjoy the ride!
This year’s 7 Peaks draw has been run and won. The prize winners for 2014 are:
- MAJOR PRIZE – Babs Fairchild from Fawkner
- MT BAW BAW – Patrick Maher from Shepparton
- MT BUFFALO – Adam Jones from Pascoe Vale
- MT BULLER – Michelle Easton from Bentleigh
- DINNER PLAIN – Kevin Doyle from Kilmore
- FALLS CREEK – Kevin Goodall from Lilydale
- HOTHAM – Dominic Cryan from Brighton
- LAKE MOUNTAIN – Andrew Kaszubski from Box Hill