A fully guided, pack free three day walking tour – 45 kilometers walking (approx.)
Get amongst Victoria’s highest peaks in the Vic Alps on this three Peaks Hike across the Victorian Alps which includes hikes up Mt Stirling, Mount Feathertop (the Razorback) and Mt Bogong.
A good level of fitness is essential for this hike. On this three-day walking tour, you’ll head out from our comfortable accommodation each day to explore the area. You’ll visit old cattlemen’s huts, stroll across the open grasslands and follow winding tracks through gum forest. Small streams trickle in the gullies, brumbies roam the hills and you might spot a bird of prey soaring silently above you.
The biggest day of walking takes us to the summit of Mt Bogong. Our altitude gain to reach the summit is around 1360 metres – within the grasp of most walkers with a good to excellent fitness level. The climb up is via the Staircase Spur track, climbing through the peppermints, then mountain gums, snow gums and finally breaking out above the tree line. From there we achieve the summit cairn, and stand upon via Victoria’s highest peak at 1986 meters.
Small group of 10 or less 2 nights accommodation. Return group transfer departing and returning to Melbourne Meals include- 2 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 1 dinner All national park entry fees
An eco-certified tour operator with 15 years’ experience, Park Trek offers 21 fully guided multi-day walking tours across 14 amazing destinations throughout Victoria and Australia.
Feel connected and engage with the natural world, switch off from everyday life and walk amongst nature. You don’t need to be super fit, just reasonably active, love the great outdoors and confident walking up to 15 kilometres per day.
All Park Trek Walking Holidays tours are fully inclusive with vehicle transfers, pick up in capital cities, most meals/snacks and guests are fully accommodated in three and a half to four and a half star lodgings.
Tours range in length from three to nine days and interpretive, experienced and mature guides will share their passion and knowledge on local history, wildlife, flora and topography.
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