Category Archive: Victoria

FINALLY ON FEATHERTOP

Harrietville – Bungalow Spur Track – Featherop (22km) Tuesday March 1, 2016 Our last day in the Victorian Alps and we finally got to climb Mt Feathertop. What a sensational day it turned… Continue reading

WATCHING THE CLOUDS

Tawonga Gap, Mountain Creek Campground – rest February 29, 2016 A very peaceful and restful day. Listening to the gentle sound of a nearby creek flowing and chirping of birds while watching the… Continue reading

BIG WALK

Mount Buffalo -23km Sunday February 28, 2016 The day started pleasant enough. After an early breakfast at Mountain Creek campground we packed up and headed back through Bright on our way to Mt… Continue reading

DOWNHILL ALL THE WAY

Day 5- Rooftop Walk: Cleve Cole Hut to Mountain Creek campground (12km) Saturday February 27, 2016 Well it wasn’t quite downhill all the way but almost.  We finished the Rooftop hike by walking… Continue reading

TRAILBLAZING

Day 4 – Rooftop Walk: Cope Hut to Cleve Cole Hut (28km) Friday  February 26, 2016 A restless night sleeping in Cope Hut.  And it was not due the noise of the resident… Continue reading

LONG WINDY DAY

Day 3 – Rooftop Walk: Dibbins Hut to Mt Hotham to Cope Hut (33.5km) Thursday February 25, 2016 Last night I heard a tree fall in the forest. The sound was like a… Continue reading

BOGONG HIGH PLAINS

Day 2- Rooftop Walk: Roper Hut to Dibbins Hut (32km) Wednesday February 24, 2016 Roper Hut was a great location.  The hut is clean and has some lovely timberwork. It is only the… Continue reading

PEAK BAGGING

Day 1- Rooftop Walk: Mountain Creek Campground to Roper Hut (24km) Tuesday February 23, 2016   This is it, our last long hike before we leave for the Pacific Crest Trail. It will… Continue reading

SMELLING THE ROSES

Bright February 21-22, 2016 Leaving the coast we  headed towards the Victorian Alps, stopping with family in the Dandenongs for dinner on the way through. We made it past the Yarra Valley for… Continue reading

APOSTOLES RUN

Day 5 – Great Ocean Walk: Princetown – Twelve Apostoles – Princetown (16km) Princetown, where we spent the night, is home to the most extensive wetland system I have ever seen. It is… Continue reading

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