Main Range Walk - Charlotte Pass to Mount Kosciuszko (21.9km)

Kosciuszko National Park

New South Wales

21.9km

9 hrs

Grade 4

Circuit

Hike summary



Route and GPX file


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About the region


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  • This was an incredible hike with some of the most amazing views the Snowy Mountains can offer. Worth mentioning though, is to be prepared for snow crossings all year round. We just completed this hike in November 2018 and in some areas, the entire track was hidden by large and steep snow drifts.

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