|Length||71.6 km (44 mi)|
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The Barry Way is an alpine road located in New South Wales, Australia. Beginning as a sealed road at Jindabyne the Barry Way heads southwards, becoming unsealed at Ingebirah Gap and continues as such to the NSW/VIC border. The road passes through some very remote and unspoilt wilderness in the Australian Alps. The scenery along the road provides views of the Snowy River valley and the surrounding mountains. During the summer months, the weather on the Barry Way can be extremely hot and the sun's rays powerful whilst in winter the road can be closed for considerable amounts of time due to heavy snowfalls and dangerous ice. At the NSW/VIC border, the Barry Way becomes known as Snowy River Road and continues southward into the Gippsland region of Victoria.
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