Mount Loch, Alpine National Park, Victoria

After quite a strenuous walk the day before, I decided to drive further up the Great Alpine Road to Mount Hotham to do a relatively easy walk to the top of Mount Loch @1,865m or 6,119ft.  The route followed quite a wide and easy track for maybe 3k or 2 miles before turning off to the summit.

As well as an excellent base for walking, Mount Hotham is also, perhaps better, known as a ski resort.  Though I found it strange that the village was situated towards the top of the mountains and the ski pistes ran down into the valleys.  Well, I was ‘Down Under’! 🙂

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