High Country Hiking Thredbo Style
Posted on Monday, 13th of February 2017
Thredbo is surrounded by the Kosciuszko National Park so High Country Hiking is all around us. If you have never been hiking in the mountains then you are in for a special treat. Everywhere you look there is something unique and inspiring, from the tiniest of wildflowers peeking out from under a snow drift, to vast fields of them covering whole mountain sides. From pristine mountain streams tumbling down over ancient moss covered boulders, to “mirror like” glacial lakes reflecting the clouds and mountains behind. From towering Alpine Ash trees shading groves of ferns to the ancient, gnarled Snow Gums striped in their seasonal bark colours. High Country Australia is unlike any other mountain landscape in so many ways and the best way to discover the difference is on foot.
Check out this video dairy of a day in the life of one of Thredbo’s Walking Guides to see what you will find when you come to Thredbo to Hike the High Country.
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