Mt Stirling and Mt Buller are popular winter holiday destinations for many Victorians, but they are also great to visit any other time of the year.
This three day hike has it all. Number of river crossings over log bridges where you can spot trout jumping out of the water, some steep ascents and descents through beautiful cool forests of the Alpine National Park rewarded by stunning views from Mt Stirling and Mt Buller summits.
The scenery is ever changing with lush ferns edging the Delatite River and tall Alpine Ash forests to twisted Snow Gums and treeless mountain tops. Look out for wildlife such as wallabies, wombats, deer and many beautiful birds.
With a long and challenging first day and the second day not far behind the first, your fitness level will definitely be tested, so you want to make sure that you are well prepared to make the most of this experience.
One night in a tent and one night in a lodge, this hike gives an opportunity to ruff it out first and enjoy a comfy bed and a shower on night two.
Days of operation:
Departure details: 27/12/18
Thu: 07:00am - 02:00pm
Departure details: 26/01/19
Sat: 07:00am - 02:00pm
Departure details: 09/03/19
Sat: 07:00am - 02:00pm
Departure details: 24/05/19
Fri: 07:00am - 02:00pm
High Country Hiking Tours love the Victorian High Country and want to share it with you, which is why they have put together number of hiking tours that cater for different levels of fitness, experience and adventure needs, to provide anyone with an opportunity to hike this magnificent area rich in fresh air, with an inspiring guide, passionate about the High Country.
You do not have to be a hardcore bushwalker to join the hikes and you do not need to purchase expensive hiking equipment. Everything is included except your clothes, boots, personal items and food.
High Country Hiking Tours offer one day and multi day tours to destinations such as Craig’s Hut, Eagle Peaks, Crosscut Saw and many more. Group sizes are small to offer you a more personalised experience.
If you are not afraid to don a backpack and leave the comfort of shops, civilization and your couch behind, join a hike which will take you to some amazing places and show you what the Victorian High Country has to offer.
Breathe in the High Country, exhale the experience.
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