Join Bogong Horseback Adventures three day Packhorse expedition and experience a truly Australian experience. Get a little saddle grease on your trouser seat this Australia day weekend.
Travelling back in time leaving the 21st century behind as you ride into the belly of the clouds to the 'mountain dreaming place' the High country. Packhorses carrying all the camping equipment for comfortable camping. The packhorse load will surprise you with the 'magic pudding' quality, delicious camp fire meals served one after the other. Bogong Horseback Adventures are proud to combine both living an old world heritage with modern comforts and cuisine.
This expedition takes in Mount Fainter and Bogong Jacks Hideout. An iconic short Australian break. It is made easy for the casual weekend rider or the beginner rider, by camping two nights at Bogong Jacks Hideout camp. On Sunday you ride out over Mount Fainter and unload the lunch pack at Tawonga huts.
After your billy boils and the cake washed down with billy tea it is out into Pretty Valley for a few good canters, let the wind blow out the cob webs and stresses of your busy lives.
Days of operation:
Tour dates can be viewed and booked via the website.
Departure details: 26/01/19
Sat: 09:00am - 04:00pm
Bogong Horseback Adventures has been running award winning tours since 1986. With licensed access to the Alpine National Park and Mount Bogong, the riding landscape is truly spectacular.
Based at out Spring Spur Stables, Bogong Horseback Adventures travel from rich mountain valleys to the vast Bogong High Plains and Victoria's highest mountain, Mount Bogong. The award winning tours combine, great food and wine, fantastic mountain bred horses and friendly, experienced staff.
Offering daily trail rides in the Alpine Park from the Tawonga stables, as well as renowned award winning multi-day packhorse expeditions into Victorias High Country.
Breeding and training Australian Stock Horses, Bogong Horseback Adventures have a program of clinics and workshops in Australian Horsemanship, offering insights into the traditions of mountain horse lore, natural horsemanship and the skills of bush riding, camping with horses and using packhorses.
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