Buller Huts Trail (96km)

Alpine National Park



7-10 days

Grade 5



Hike summary

Route and GPX file

Trail Features

Gear you might need

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Access Conditions

Getting there

Let someone know before you go

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About the region

Hikes you might like

Mt Buller via North Ridge (9.2km)

The Bluff via Link Track (25.7km)

The Bluff Trail (28.1km)

Four and Six Mile Spurs (22km)

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Acknowledgement of Country

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1 Review on “Buller Huts Trail (96km)”

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  • Hi folks, Just wondering if anyone has been up around Bluff or Lovicks hut over Easter and if so, any water? Heading up in a weeks time and just trying to work out haw much water to lug.
    Cheers to any info

  • By far, this has to be the best alpine hike in Victoria. Well worth the preparation and effort. Man, what a challenge

  • Hi Darren, this hike looks fantastic, I’m planning to do it over the Easter break in April together with my husband. I’m definitely an avid bushwalker and have done tracks like the South Coast Track that seems to compare in terms of the level 5 grading. Could I just ask whether it is a fairly visible track/markers/cairns or is compass navigation required?
    Thanks! Marlena

  • Going to give this a go over Easter. Got the winter gear in tow as we have no idea what to expect 7 days in advance.

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