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Cook Point to High Camp is a 10.5km, grade 3 Circuit hike located in Lake Eildon National Park Victoria. The hike should take approximately 4hrs to complete.
Cook Point to High Camp is a circuit hike that commences at the Perfect Cure Car Park and follows the Keg Spur Track to High Camp. Turning east at the junction of Blowhard Spur Track the trail then descends down to Cook Point. From here you will follow the Wallaby Bay Track past Teal Bay, Wallaby Bay and back to your start point at Devil Cove.
From Alexandra (approx. 130 km north-east of Melbourne), head towards Eildon along the Goulburn Valley Highway for about 2 km. Turn left onto U.T. Road and follow it for 11 km. Turn left (at the roundabout) onto Entrance Road and follow this all the way to the Perfect Cure Car Park.
About the park
Lake Eildon National Park offers a variety of settings to explore; from open bush in the north, to dense vegetation in the south and east. Enjoy bushwalking, cycling, boating and fishing or try the more adventurous pursuit of waterskiing. Relax in a scenic environment and experience native wildlife.
Max elevation: 547 m
Min elevation: 281 m
Total climbing: 471 m
Total descent: -471 m
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