The Alpine Way is a State highway in New South Wales, Australia. The Alpine Way starts near Jindabyne on the eastern side of the Snowy Mountains. It runs south-west past Thredbo and crosses the crest of the Great Dividing Range at Dead Horse Gap. It then winds around the western side of the range along the upper reaches of the Murray River, past the Geehi River to Khancoban, connecting with the Murray Valley Highway.
The Alpine Way was built about 1950 as part of the access for the Snowy Mountains Scheme and paving of the road was completed in the 1990s. It is winding and very scenic.