Council would like to advise residents and businesses that Jindabyne Landfill is closed on Saturday due to road closures surrounding the L'Étape event. The landfill will re-open for normal operating hours Sunday.
The L'Etape starts and finishes in Jindabyne on Saturday.
The Race takes riders from Jindabyne to Rocky Plains, Berridale, the King of the Mountain sections at Col de Beloka and Col de Kosciuszko, descending back to Jindabyne. The Race route is 170km long with a 3,000m height gain, with the long descent. The Race will have four Food Zones and two Energy Zones.
The Ride will follow the same route as the Race but will return to Jindabyne after Col de Beloka to finish at the L'Étape Australia Village, which is located on the banks of Lake Jindabyne. The Ride is 108km with a 1,600m height gain. The Ride will have two Food Zones and one Energy Zone.
The Finish for both the Race and the Ride in Jindabyne will bring the riders, supporters and the local community together in a festive atmosphere with Matt Keenan calling in the riders as they cross the line.
All the social, logistical and administrative activities will be concentrated in the L'Étape Australia Village at Banjo Patterson Park in Jindabyne.
For more information about the event and the routes around the Snowy Monaro region please visit the L'Étape Australia website https://letapeaustralia.com/
If you have any questions please phone Council on 1300 345 345.