Come along and let High Country Hiking Tours take you on an adventure you will never forget.
If you are not afraid to don a backpack and leave the comfort of shops, civilization and your couch behind, we will take you to some amazing places and show you what the Victorian High Country has to offer.
You don’t have to be a hardcore bushwalker to join us on one of our hiking tours. Our hiking tours are for anyone who enjoys walking, nature and breathing the fresh high country air. Our hikes are conducted by an inspiring guide in a fun environment and you don’t need specialised equipment or experience to undertake them. We keep our group sizes down to offer you a more personalised experience.
Come and experience what it’s like, when you carry your own gear, when all your possessions and everything you need to survive is in the backpack you’re carrying on your back. The feeling at the end of the day and the pride you feel after you unpack everything, after you build your house (the tent), set up your bed and your kitchen and look back on what you have achieved through the day, is so satisfying and so rewarding.
You must be 18 years of age or older to participate in our hiking tours.
Browse through our Tours and select the one that appeals to you most.
If you would like to book a hiking tour on a date that is not specified in our calendar, send us an e-mail or give us a call.
We now accept bookings for all our tours. However, please note that we are still waiting on final paperwork from Parks Victoria and there could be possibility that we might need to make minor amendments to our tours. Everyone who has booked a tour will be notified via e-mail of any changes.
Summer Season 2018/2019 Launch
The Summer season launch at Mt Buller and Mt Stirling on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 December 2018 was a great success with number of guests participating in the guided hikes. The weather was absolutely perfect on Saturday for our Woollybutt Loop hike. The sun was shining, but the tall Alpine Ash trees provided nice shade over the track. After the hike, all participants got to enjoy a free refreshing drink at the Mt Stirling cafe. On Sunday, Mother Nature brought some rain, but that didn’t deter us from reaching Mt Buller’s summit via the Nature Trail which looked beautiful and mysterious in the mist. Upon reaching the summit, the clouds parted to provide us with a view over the surrounding peaks. Each participant received a gift at the end of the hike, courtesy of Mt Buller and Mt Stirling Resort Management and High Country Hiking Tours.