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We operate 1, 2, 3 and/or 5 day duration tours.  Read a short brief and click on the read more link to view full details of each tour.

1 Day Tours

Eagle Peaks

Eagle Peaks are located in the Victorian High Country just out of Howqua Hills Historic Area. It’s a peaceful place to walk to away from the often busy camping areas of Sheepyard Flat with amazing views of Mt Buller’s Southern slopes and surrounding peaks.
Enjoy one day of guided walking through the Alpine National Park. Watch out for wild life such as wombats and wallabies and hear the Kookaburras laugh as they follow you up the track. Learn More

Mt Timbertop

Mt Timbertop is located in the Victorian High Country on the way from Mansfield to Mt Buller. Its flat top is unmistakable and easily visible from Mt Buller Road. Mt Timbertop provides tranquility just a short distance from a major road and unforgettable views.

Enjoy one day of guided walking along a well defined track. Watch out for wildlife such as wombats, wallabies and parrots. You can also spot small lizards along the way and enjoy colourful array of flowers during the warmer months. Learn More

2 Day Tours

Craig’s Hut

It is well worthwhile to get up in time for sunrise to see the early morning rays lighting up Craig’s Hut and tops of the mountains while the valleys are covered in morning mist. Craig’s Hut is stunning in any light and any weather. It is a place you will never forget. Learn More

Eagle Peaks

Eagle Peaks are located in the Victorian High Country just out of Howqua Hills Historic Area. It’s a peaceful place to walk to away from the often busy camping areas of Sheepyard Flat with amazing views of Mt Buller’s Southern slopes and surrounding peaks.
Enjoy two days of guided walking through the Alpine National Park. Watch out for wild life such as wombats and wallabies and hear the Kookaburras laugh as they follow you up the track. Learn More

Ritchie’s Hut

Nestled amongst the mountains and on the banks of the Howqua River, Ritchie’s Hut is located at Fourteen Mile Creek and was built by Robert, the son of Geoffrey Ritchie, with the aid of Fred Fry in late 1947 as a fishing hut.

Geoffrey Ritchie and Antoinette Ritchie first moved to “Delatite” near Mansfield in 1902 and bought “Wonnangatta Station” in 1914. Ritchie’s Hut burnt down in January 2007 in bushfires and was rebuilt in May 2009. Learn More

3 Day Tours

Two Peaks

Mt Stirling and Mt Buller are popular winter holiday destinations for many Victorians, but they are also great to visit any other time of the year.

Enjoy three days of guided walking through cool forests of the Alpine National Park and over peaks with magnificent views. The scenery is ever changing with lush ferns edging the Delatite River and tall Alpine Ash forests to twisted Snow Gums and treeless mountain tops. Look out for wildlife such as wallabies, wombats, deer and many beautiful birds.

This track offers the best of both worlds in accommodation as you will ruff it out in a tent one night and spend the second night in a comfortable hotel/lodge with all the creature comforts. Learn More

2 Day Tours

Craig’s Hut

It is well worthwhile to get up in time for sunrise to see the early morning rays lighting up Craig’s Hut and tops of the mountains while the valleys are covered in morning mist. Craig’s Hut is stunning in any light and any weather. It is a place you will never forget. Learn More

Eagle Peaks

Eagle Peaks are located in the Victorian High Country just out of Howqua Hills Historic Area. It’s a peaceful place to walk to away from the often busy camping areas of Sheepyard Flat with amazing views of Mt Buller’s Southern slopes and surrounding peaks.
Enjoy two days of guided walking through the Alpine National Park. Watch out for wild life such as wombats and wallabies and hear the Kookaburras laugh as they follow you up the track. Learn More

Ritchie’s Hut

Nestled amongst the mountains and on the banks of the Howqua River, Ritchie’s Hut is located at Fourteen Mile Creek and was built by Robert, the son of Geoffrey Ritchie, with the aid of Fred Fry in late 1947 as a fishing hut. 

Geoffrey Ritchie and Antoinette Ritchie first moved to “Delatite” near Mansfield in 1902 and bought “Wonnangatta Station” in 1914. Ritchie’s Hut burnt down in January 2007 in bushfires and was rebuilt in May 2009. Learn More

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