Explore Mt Hotham's iconic tracks and trails with the help of our track notes, available for download or pick up a copy at Mount Hotham Resort Management Board's office when you arrive on mountain.
TRACKS & tRAILS MAP
This 12.5km one way walk follows the course of an abadnoned water race which supplied water for the hydraulic sluicing operations at the Brandy Creek mines. Today interpretative signs describe the history of the water race and its construction. The feature is retained for much of it length by ancient looking dry-stone walls and passes through snow gum and mountain ash forests.
This 21km circuit links three of Hotham's significant historic huts including Spargo's, Derrick Hut, and Silver Brumby Hut. Interpretive signs highlighting some of the remarkable history of this feature have been installed along the route. The walk also takes you through a range of natural landscapes, from shady and sparsely open forest to damp gullies and impressive waterfalls
Walk or ride this wonderful trail that links Hotham to Dinner Plain. This trail will take you through woodland to open scenic plain that gives the high country its unique scenic vista views.
Described as the 'Queen of the Victorian Alps' Mount Feathertop has been the region’s most popular alpine hiking destination for well over 100 years. This track provides walkers with some of the most spectacular views in Victoria.
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