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The Cobberas Range, a mountain range that is part of the Great Dividing Range within the Victorian Alps, is located in north-eastern Victoria in Australia. The range is located in the Cobberas Wilderness area of the Alpine National Park. This spectacular Mount Cobberas Circuit hike ascends Mount Coberas No 1, the highest peak in the area and provides an opportunity to explore other peaks along the trail.
About the region
The Cobberas Range is a remote area in the Victoria Alpine national park, close to the NSW border. The Cobberas area is in the East Alps Unit of the Alpine National Park, which is in the remote mountains of Victoria's East Gippsland region, adjacent to the Snowy River National Park. The Cobberas Range itself is just south of the NSW border, so too far for a day trip for most members. We tend to organise weekend activities where you can camp out with other members, or stay in Omeo or Gelantipy and travel out for a day.
Features of the area include - magnificent peaks, rare and threatened flora and fauna, magnificent Alpine Ash forests, sub-alpine herbfields, snowgum woodland and snowgrass plains, pristine rivers and streams, historic huts, the list goes on.
This is a demanding hike, being mostly off-trail and requires good navigational skills.
Max elevation: 1815 m
Min elevation: 1284 m
Total climbing: 657 m
Total descent: -658 m