The Alpine National Park, Victoria, is some of the most remote, rugged and spectacular mountain country found in Australia.
This unique tour sets off from the peak of Mount Buller (1805m). From the highpoint, survey the Mansfield Valley below, the alpine resort to one shoulder and to the west, The Bluff, Mt Howitt and the Crosscut Saw, a string of precipitous ridges, sometimes only shoulder wide, and along which you will run.
This run is not for the feint hearted. It's wild, the only civilisation encountered will be remnants of yesteryear, being the mountain huts from which the tour takes its name, sites once used by the legendary High Country horsemen. Indeed, the final day's lunch will be at Craig's Hut, depicted in the famous film, The Man From Snowy River. This is quintessential Australian bush running at its finest and most raw - but as all things Tour de Trails, each night's camp will be tinged with high quality cuisine and comfort.
NOTE: at present this is a 'bespoke' tour, meaning we do not have a set date departure rather we can design a tour around your preferred dates. If you are interested in the tour, we do need minimum numbers, so suggest you gather friends or running crew colleagues together (6 is minumum green light). The tour can be run from October-end April/early May. Preferred timing is Dec-Jan-Feb-Mar-April noting that it is much cooler in the highlands in summer than on the coast!
For more information on the Hut to Hut run tour, click here.