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One of Victoria’s icon walks, the 37km Falls-Hotham Alpine Crossing (FHAC) is a 3 day/2-night walk through the Alpine National Park, linking the resort villages of Falls Creek and Mt Hotham.
Mount Loch affords impressive views of the High Plains, Mount Hotham, and the rugged east face of Mount Feathertop.
At the beginning of the trail, Big Spur Picnic Point rewards hikers with sky high views. This track can create a shorter circuit for those walking the Cobungra Ditch Walking Track.
The compacted gravel surface of the ancient mountain pathway runs parallel to the Great Alpine Road. Perfect for walking, riding or running.
This trail is a short walk that travels past the Lindsay Salmon Memorial and reaches the summit where spectacular views can be found. To return either head back down the same way or travel along Higgi Drive which will bring you back to the start.
Possum Flat is behind the public shelter on the southern side of The Great Alpine Road opposite Howard’s Hut.
Huts have played an important role in the European history of the Mt Hotham region. From the earliest crude buildings of the miners and cattle graziers, wayside shelters for early travellers and tourists and the important refuges for the pioneer skiers.
The track begins at the end of Davenport drive and a short walk takes you to the summit of Little Mt Higginbotham which offers great views of the Mt Hotham villages and surrounding area.
Beginning from the base of the Summit Trainer ski lift in the Village, keep to the right of The Summit chairlift as you climb to the peak of Mt Hotham.
The Cobungra Ditch Walking Track follows the course of an abandoned water race, a ruin from the gold mining era of the district.
The Razorback Walking Track beings at Diamantina Hut, 2.5 km on the Harrietville side of the Hotham Village. It crosses the high ridge linking Mt Hotham and Mt Feathertop.
This trail is for experienced bushwalkers. Starting in Baw Baw National this trail travels through the remote alpine setting of Victoria’s high country to Namagi National Park in the ACT.
The Bon Accord Spur was the route taken by walkers, horseriders and pack horses to Mt Hotham before the Great Alpine Road was built.
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Explore everything there is to enjoy on Mt Hotham with this terrific summer guide and track notes.
Detailed track notes are available upon request for The Huts Walk, The Cobungra Ditch Walk, Brandy Creek Mine to Cobungra River, Brabralung Trail (Hotham to Dinner Plain) and Alpine National Park Walks Around Feathertop.