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Kosciuszko National Park - Main Range Track
Kosciuszko
This track is considered one of Australia's great day walks. Above the tree-line in the alpine area of Kosciuszko is a 22 kilometre loop walk which begins and ends at Charlotte Pass. The track takes walkers across the Snowy River and up over Mt Caruthers towards the summit of Kosciuszko itself, then by Rawson's Pass and down the hill back towards the starting point. The best time to do this walk is between December and March when the wild flowers are in bloom.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; Scenic Drives and Walks;
Kosciuszko National Park - Charlottes Pass to Snowy River
Kosciuszko
This walk follows the old Summit Road - which has been closed to public vehicles since 1976 - to Mount Kosciuszko. The walk passes through snow gums, heath and herbfields and provides sweeping views of the Main Range and Snowy River. After crossing the Snowy River (4.5 kilometre) the walk climbs gradually to Seaman's Hut (6 kilometre), Rawson's Pass (8km) and the summit of Mount Kosciuszko. A further trail heads back from Mount Kosciuszko to the chairlifts of the Thredbo Alpine Village.
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Kosciuszko National Park
Kosciuszko
Kosciuszko National Park with 673,524 hectares is an area of outstanding beauty with glacial lakes, limestone caves, grasslands and woodlands. In winter it hosts some of Australia's best skiing conditions, in spring and summer, the mountains are ablaze with wildflowers and crisscrossed by walking tracks, many above the tree line providing spectacular views over the roof top of Australia.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens;
Kosciuszko Express Chairlift
Kosciuszko
The Kosciuszko Express Chairlift is the best way to enjoy the spectacular views of Thredbo.
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