General Some spectacular scenery can be sampled with some easy dirt riding on the route from Jindabyne in NSW. This follows the Snowy river along some of its route and is well worth the effort. We organised our riding to split the trip over two days with an overnight camp stop at Suggan Buggan. Suggan Buggan is a nice spot to stop overnight and talk bike stuff but there are no supplies or fuel there so take your supplies in with you. The Jindabyne supermarket and the bakery in the same shopping complex are a good stop before starting down the route. You will need a fuel range of about 180kms although fuel of "unknown" quality can be found at the Seldom Seen roadhouse on the Victorian side about 100 - 120k from Jindabyne. This road house is probably worth a stop for the weird and wild decorations and sculptures that festoon it. Unfortunately we were pushing on to Wilsons Prom that day so didn't have time. Day 1 - Jindabyne to Suggan Buggan The run in from Jindabyne starts with fairly fast flowing tarmac climbing gradually past farmland. Light traffic on the day we went in but keep an eye out for farm machinery and stray cattle. About 30kms in this goes to dirt and continues to climb and start switchbacks. The road winds around above tributaries of the Snowy with high drops off the edge if you are not careful. No logging trucks as this is all National Park but keep an eye out for four wheel drivers. Eventually you start to run parallel with the Snowy rivers valley. This is probably the most picturesque area of the trip. Here's Me, didn't break the camera, I'm surprised The Snowy near the Victorian Border Once you cross the border the road curves away from the Snowy and after a bit more dirt you reach Suggan Buggan. Our camp for the night.