Razorback and Ah Kow Spurs (13.5km)

Lerderderg State Park



6 hrs

Grade 4







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  • Ah Kow Spur Darren Edwards Trail Author

    Love this hike. Its nice to be so close to Melbourne but able to get so remote. It’s a challenging hike that requires good navigation skills and a reasonable level of fitness. The Ah Kow spur is certainly steel but thankfully didn’t feel that long. Highly recommended but just remember it is remote and slow going along the river where you have to cross multiple times. Would not be passable after a lot of rain.

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