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Walking & hiking

Walk, hike or run across the mountains and hills, valleys and high plains of the High Country and revel in breathtaking scenery on all sides. With an extensive network of tracks and trails around Victoria's highest peaks, you can choose an adventure that suits your time and fitness level, from short walks and challenging runs to multi-day hikes.

Walking as adrenaline adventures

Prepare your hiking sticks and ready your pack to set off to the top of Victoria's highest peaks for challenging terrain and breathtaking views over the stunning alpine landscape.

Walk the iconic Razorback, across an exposed ridge linking a classic alpine peak and Mount Hotham ski resort. You can also journey from Hotham right across to Falls Creek on the Alpine Wild Walk, crossing the Bogong High Plains and its carpet of summer wildflowers, past snow gum woodlands and historic cattlemen's huts.

Meandering through the High Country

Use your feet to travel between the High Country's family-run boutique wineries and gourmet food producers. Wander the banks of the Murray River to wineries along Rutherglen's Muscat Trail.

Stroll the panoramic alpine plains around Falls Creek, or weave along Mount Buffalo's excellent walking tracks, spotting kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, possums, gliders, falcons and delicate rarities like the Alpine Silver Xenica butterfly.

Trail running

Discover the mountains one step at a time on the 7 Peaks Run, a range of 21 colour-coded runs that take in the seven peaks of the High Country. There are trails to suit beginners as well we the most experienced runners. So choose a course, gather your strength and hit the trail.

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Mount Buller to Mt Stirling Trail

Walk the scenic trail from Mt Buller to Mt Stirling taking in the glamour of a popular downhill resort and the quiet of a cross-country skiing Mecca.

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Mt Bogong via Staircase Spur Trail

Work your way to the top of Victoria's highest and most beautiful peak and experience the commanding views of this high country wilderness.

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Lake Eildon Walks

Walk through the bush and enjoy views of Mt Buller, the lake and the local wildlife, including grey kangaroos, wallabies and wedge-tailed eagles.

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Gorge Scenic Walk

Wander through bushland, past meandering streams and rocky outcrops to see relics and reminders of Beechworth's bustling gold rush days.

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Gorge Heritage Walk

Retrace the steps of the early European visitors to Mount Buffalo on this gentle walk around the towering granite cliffs of the famous Buffalo Gorge.

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Mt Hotham/Dinner Plain Ski Trail

Strap on the cross-country skis for a half-day outing among snow gum woodlands and open snowy plains on the edges of the Alpine National Park.

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Howqua River, The Bluff Trail

Take a two-day trek to the rocky escarpments of the Bluff, featuring breathtaking mountain views, alpine meadows and historic cattlemen's huts.

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The Horn Trail

The road to the carpark at The Horn, the highest point on Mt Buffalo, runs along the sheer Wall of China, an excellent introduction to the scenery...

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Mt Feathertop via Razorback Trail

Hike the superb trail from Mt Hotham to the summit of Mt Feathertop following the sharp, craggy spine of the Razorback above the treeline.


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Nature & wildlife

National parks and reserves

Experience for yourself the forests, wildflowers, high country plains and rocky escarpments of the famous Alpine National Park and Mount Buffalo.

Outdoor activities

Cycle the High Country

Take up the challenge to cycle up the High Country's highest peaks or simply enjoy meandering rides between regional wineries and gourmet producers.

Nature & wildlife

Scenic lookouts

From rugged mountains to rolling snow plains, rushing rivers to gentle lakes, here are some of the best places from which to take in the views.