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March 2018

Hotham 4WD Weekend

Back for another year!

After successful weekends in 2017, Arrabri Ski Club return with their 4WD weeknds in 2018.

Some of Australia’s best 4WDe tracks are found around Mount Hotham, a picturesque four hour drive from Melbourne. Many of these tracks follow routes carved in by early cattlemen and gold prospectors who opened up what was then uncharted territory. The views on all the seasonal road-opening tracks will literally take your breath away.

The tracks we are doing over the Labour Day Weekend are rated up to difficult in dry conditions.

Find the itineary and other useful information here

Sunday, 11th March

Guided Bushwalk - Labour Day Weekend

Mount Hotham has been a bushwalking destination for generations, with the first European 'Bushwalkers' crossing the Great Divide in the 1850's in search of gold. Learn how the golden era eventually transformed the region from wilderness to the resort we know today, in our free summer bushwalking program.

9.30am - Brandy Creek Mine & Cobungra Township

Mount Hotham Summit

Steep hills, Grade 3 - Approximately 3.5km return

Walkers meet at the Village Square, Corral Car Park at 9:30am. This short stroll takes in the summit of Mount Higginbotham and some of the early history of the resort and the surrounding landscape. Take a short detour to the Baldy Gold Mine. Return via same route.

Saturday, 17th March

Razorback Run

This classic Alpine run offers three challenging distances in some of the most spectacular country in Victoria’s Alpine National Park. The 64 km Razorback Ridge run takes in the entire length of the Razorback to offer some of the most stunning ridge running and scenery in the Australian Alps, the 40 km Razorback Circuit and the 22 km short course Razorback Ridge—a delightful day out up to the Summit of Mt Feathertop and back along the Razorback.

Set in the heart of Victoria’s high country, the Razorback Run is one of the most amazing high altitude runs that Australia has to offer.

To find out more information and register for the event please head to the Running Wild Website

April 2018

Sunday, 1st April

Guided Bushwalk - Easter

Mount Hotham has been a bushwalking destination for generations, with the first European 'Bushwalkers' crossing the Great Divide in the 1850's in search of gold. Learn how the golden era eventually transformed the region from wilderness to the resort we know today, in our free summer bushwalking program.

9.30am - Mount Higginbotham Loop

Steep hills, Grade 3 - Approximately 3km return

Walkers will meet at the Village Square, Corral Car park at 9:30am. This short stroll takes in the summit of Mount higginbotham and some of the early history of the resort. returning via East Street and Higgi Drive, exploring the Pygmy Possum habitat along the way. Returning to the Village Square.

Friday, 20th April - Sunday, 22nd April

Hotham 4WD Weekend

Back for another year!

After successful weekends in 2017, Arrabri Ski Club return with their 4WD weeknds in 2018.

Explore some of Australia’s best four wheel drive tracks, many which follow routes carved in by early cattlemen and gold prospectors who opened up what was then uncharted territory. The views on all the seasonal road opening tracks will literally take your breath away.

Bring the whole family along for a weekend of exploring. 

Find the itinerary and other useful information here

Saturday, 22nd April

Guided Bushwalk

Mount Hotham has been a bushwalking destination for generations, with the first European 'Bushwalkers' crossing the Great Divide in the 1850's in search of gold. Learn how the golden era eventually transformed the region from wilderness to the resort we know today, in our free summer bushwalking program.

9.30am - Dargo Lookout Stroll 

Grade 2 - Approximately 1.5km return

Walkers will meet at The General Store at 9:30am. You will require your own vehicle to drive 2.5km to Wire Plain. this easy stroll takes walkers through snow gum forests and to the Dargo Lookout. Learn about the great rush to the upper Dargo Goldfield in 1863, and of Jimmy Bloomfield who was lost trying to protect his newly discovered diggings. Bring a thermos and jam sandwich and try out the new picnic shelter.