Although I had planned to climb Mount Bogong, one look at the Razorback from Mount Loch convinced me that it just had to be done. The Razorback is an iconic route and the most frequently used to get to the top of Mount Feathertop. The path starts near the village of Mount Hotham and follows a ridge most of the way along, though it’s not as sharp or hair-raising (or should that be hair-cutting?) as the name might suggest. The views seem to go on forever in all directions, as you can see in some of the pictures below. I’d already been up Mount Feathertop, so I simply walked along the ridge for about 8k or 5 miles and returned the same way.
4 thoughts on “The Razorback path, Alpine National Park, Victoria”
The pictures give a beautiful account of your experience ☺️☺️
Thank you for your comment – that’s exactly what I was hoping to achieve. 🙂