WALK & HIKE

There's no better way to unlock the secrets of the High Country than on your own two feet. Mt Buller and neighbouring Mt Stirling offer a variety of self-guided and guided hiking experiences for all ages and levels of fitness.

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Hiking


Distance: 4.1km return
Trail Type: Easy
Start + Finish points: Clock Tower or Arlberg Hotel

This beautiful walk leads to the iconic Mt Buller summit 1805m, skirting the upper levels of the undulating southern slopes with stunning views to the Bluff. Usually a loop walk around north and south sides of the mountain for the 2019-20 summer season the northern section is closed while works are underway to build a new Boggy Creek water storage dam. The steep walk to the fire hut at the Summit (1805m) is worth it for incredible views, or enjoy a rest on the deck at Koflers before returning to the village.

easy

Distance: 3.1km return
Trail Type: Easy
Start + Finish points: Clock Tower

Enjoy fantastic views on this easy walk through Snow Gum woodlands.

easy

Distance: 250m
Trail Type: Advanced
Start + Finish points: Family Trail

A side trip from Family Trail, this challenging and adventurous walk offers grand vistas, with its own private stream cascading through the canyon.

advanced

Distance: 5.7km return
Trail Type: Intermediate
Start + Finish points: Clock Tower

An incredible walk that takes in awe-inspiring views on the south side of the mountain, where you can truly see for miles.

intermediate

Distance: 6.7km one way
Trail Type: Advanced
Start + Finish points: Clock Tower or Mirimbah Park

A historic walk where cattleman once rode, through mountain fields, scrubby woodland, and rocky boulder fields, that rewards with incredible views.

advanced

Distance: 8.7km one way
Trail Type: Intermediate (advanced return)
Start + Finish points: Mirimbah Park or Box Corner

A tranquil walk following the Delatite River as is meanders through ferny glades and mountain ash forest to the lush Mirimbah Park.

intermediate

Distance: 850m
Trail Type: Advanced
Start + Finish points: Boggy Creek

Beautiful rocky falls only a short walk from the road.

advanced

Distance: 16.0km
Trail Type: Intermediate
Start + Finish points: Telephone Box Junction (Mt Stirling)

Collect a Mt Stirling Trail map at Telephone Box Junction for more detail. This long meandering trail takes you through Alpine ash forest, granite boulder outcrops, Montane riparian thickets and Snow Gums. Great photo locations.

intermediate

Distance: 16.4km return
Trail Type: Intermediate
Start + Finish points: Clock Tower

Spectacular views of the High Country from the 1749m summit of Mt Stirling

intermediate

Distance: 5km
Trail Type: Intermediate
Start + Finish points: Telephone Box Junction (Mt Stirling)

Collect a Mt Stirling Trail map at Telephone Box Junction for more detail. A lovely loop through Alpine ash forest past Razorback Hut, an original cattleman’s hut.

intermediate

Distance: 4.4km
Trail Type: Intermediate
Start + Finish points: King Saddle Shelter

As you pass through the various vegetation zones, take time to appreciate the changing composition of trees, shrubs and grasses and keep a watchful eye out for the elusive native fauna at home up here!

intermediate

Distance: 12.3km
Trail Type: Intermediate
Start + Finish points: King Saddle Shelter

Passing through a number of different vegetation zones, each zone is home to a unique combination of plants and animals, which have adapted to the particular climatic and geographic conditions, found there. Many of the species seen along this trail exist only in the Australian Alps.

intermediate
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