Mount Ned Overlook (4.5km)

Alpine National Park



1.5 hrs

Grade 3


Hike summary

Route and GPX file


Gear you might need

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Getting there

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About the region

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Acknowledgement of Country

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0 Reviews on “Mount Ned Overlook (4.5km)”

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  • Jessica Ritchie

    Rach Guppy

  • The route is as described and roughly 3 hours. However, the description of the start of the route is incorrect. From the campground, you turn right at the bridge to come down a narrow path to a trail along the river, proceeding with the river to your LEFT.

    Also, the pink tape markers are so old and sun-faded to white that they’ve been updated by the placement of red metal tags nailed into trees along the correct route.

  • Lisa Brettschneider

    Mark Brettschneider

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