Re-live the movies and ride to Craig's Hut with McCormack's Mountain Valley Trail Rides, to see the set where The Man from Snowy River was filmed.
The first day starts from King Saddle on Mount Stirling, making your way through the magnificent Woollybutt Forest and gnarled snow gums taking in the spectacular 360 degree views from the summit of Mount Stirling, as your horse picks his way along old cattle tracks and makes his way to Mount Clear for lunch. After lunch descend into the King Valley along the King River through the towering white gums and to their mustering hut, enjoy a camp-oven roast then relax around the campfire.
The second day begins with a hearty breakfast, then up to the Purcell's mustering hut, Razorback Hut. Enjoy lunch in amongst the towering woollybutt trees before your trusty steeds begin following old cattle and logging trails into the head of the Delatite river, and through the many river crossings with the magnificent towering gums and fern trees.
Riding out into the beautiful Mirrimbah park, once a logging town at the base of Mount Buller.
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McCormack's Mountain Valley Trail Rides are located in Merrijig, in North East Victoria.
Experience for yourself the breathtaking views from Mount Stirling and Craig's Hut, roam through tree-ferned valleys, engage in river crossings and camp at their mustering hut in Pannican Creek.
Rides vary in length from two hours, half day, full day to weekend rides and longer. Safaris operate year round and can be tailored to suit your interest.
McCormack's Mountain Valley Trail Rides were founded by the the McCormack family. They were one of the first families to settle in the Merrijig area in 1886 and have run cattle in the King Valley since 1900.
Bruce and Debra McCormack invite you to join them on a ride through the magnificent Victorian High Country, sharing their expert knowledge and experiences about the region.
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