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Choose your adventure
Whether it’s the short and easy Montane Loop or the more difficult Montane Walking Track, you’ll love getting out and discovering the rare beauty of this unique sub-alpine environment.
- Difficulty: Easy
- Distance: 1.1km
The Montane Loop is an enjoyable and easy walk following a formed gravel track. It begins at the Forest Walks trailhead
on the northern side of the Great Alpine Road near the entrance to Dinner Plain. This walk is suitable for most ages and fitness levels and offers places to pause for a picnic as well as some great views along the way.
Montane Walking Track
- Difficulty: Hard
- Distance: 9.1km
Just a short step from Dinner Plain, yet offering a great sense of remoteness, this walking track offers a fantastic snapshot of a
sub-alpine environment. It traverses varying landscapes and a range of habitats – scenic snow gum forests and mature Mountain Tea Tree bushland, snow grass plains, wetlands and alpine rivers and streams. Along the way there are many great places to stop for a picnic or rest or simply to enjoy the fresh mountain air.