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This was a fun trail, we stayed at Refuge Cove and then Roaring Meg campsites which broke the 3 day hike into relatively even sections. The first day we did apprx 17kms in about 6-7 hours, the second day was a big 22kms which we did in around 8-9 hours, and the last day we made it back to our car at Tidal River by 3pm. Beautiful scenery the whole way around, especially along the coasts!

What a beautiful walk, we did an overnight stay in sharps road camping site. There are some steep stairs to get up and down at the start, sheoak falls car park, track was clear few fallen trees across some sections. Waterfalls had water flowing it really is a beautiful part of Victoria and worth the hike. there were toilets available at the sheoak picnic ground.

We did this loop by doing the bungalow spur track first, it is a constant upward hike. We stayed at federation hut the night which is a very nice camp spot with a drop toilet, a hut and rain water tank. Near the old federation hut ruins there is a small stream where someone has installed a small piece of pipe for water, we found this water very good. In the morning we summited Mt Feathertop, this small 3km return was not overly hard but there were some loose rocks, the view from the top is sensational and worth the hike! We then hiked the Razorback to Dimentina hut which overall was a moderate hike with limited inclines. Personally this is the most enjoyable due to incredible scenery either side. From the Dimentina hut we worked our way back along the Razorback and down the Bon accord spur. From memory the information on the board at the beginning of the Razorback states it is 1km to the beginning of the bon accord spur and 12 kms to Harrietville totalling 13. When we arrived at this intersection a small sign stated it was 9km to Harrietville. Overall from Dimentina Hut my suunto watch recorded 15.27km to pioneer park. Bon accord spur was a difficult track, the first km or so is really nice walking on top of the spur with spectacular views. Then the next few kms consist of steep rocky overgrown paths. The elevation levels out for a while but then continues to be steep which was pretty taxing on the body with heavy packs. Do not underestimate this track as we did. From memory it was roughly 9ish kms to the river from Dimentina hut. From the river you head back up in elevation maybe 30-40 m above the river level. This part was actually really nice and would of been enjoyable if we weren’t very tired. Overall good hike Id probably recommend doing it over two nights 3 days but the camp site along the Bon accord spur wasn’t particularly inviting.

hiking
10 days ago

Beautiful views! Was super windy which made things a bit uncomfortable at the point, but I was a lovely walk.

It would be cool if there weren't so many bugs. Maybe it's just me, but on a cloudy day it's got a spooky / murdery vibe.

running
20 days ago

Going clockwise it’s a good 3km run up hill but an easy track the whole way to run along.

hiking
20 days ago

Good walk and a good track. Pillar Point was great but a little windy so didn’t sit on top of the Pillar. Definitely a busy track on the weekend. I also went and did Squeaky Beach after Pillar Point which was awesome. Lots of blue bottle jellyfish washed up on shore so keep your shoes on when walking on the sand to avoid getting stung.

hiking
scramble
21 days ago

Challenging route. Scrambling , uneven surface for the whole ridge line, but incredible views. Take the cave route up to sugarloaf and it takes you through an incredible cave. We missed out little cathedral and took the gully route down to the river. 6-8 hour walk!

Trail starts of Richards campsite. a great location in the park with free camping. there is a hut which contains a fireplace. This site is Not RV friendly. Track climbs quite steadily up to Raglan Falls good for average hikers after a blood pumping hike. After the falls track evens out onto some fire tracks.

hiking
28 days ago

Very well signposted and maintained. We walked the trail over 7 days, with a good drop halfway. Such luxury! Campgrounds were clean and (for us at least) quiet. Stunning scenery, surprising views, wildlife...the GOW has it all. Can recommend

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muddy
rocky
1 month ago

Beautiful falls for both following the water all the way back to the carpark Some steepness at the start but not difficult

The trail was really good and the view as well. Worth the hike and camp(federation hut). We’ll definitely go back during summer.

hiking
1 month ago

Good little hike out to a view point. You can look out to the islands in the bay. We did it in late afternoon so got some good views.

hiking
2 months ago

I loved this walk. You walk through trees for a while then come out the the cliffs overlooking the sea. It is beautiful. April is a great time to do it.

Did a 3 day hike of part of the eastern circuit. Slept at Sealers Cove and Little Waterloo Bay in a hammock. Really enjoyed the diversity of different subsections to the large landscape and abundance of wildlife. THERE ARE POSSUMS EVERYWHERE! Make sure you put all your bags in a safe place or lock the zips because a possum opened the zip on my bag and stole all my beaf jerky.

Hiked between Easter-Anzac weekends. Awesome wild coastline, classic eastern Victorian sandy beaches with granite headlands. Sand crossings at inlets not open - deeper than head high.

hiking
2 months ago

beautiful hike! definitely recommend.

hiking
no shade
rocky
2 months ago

hiking
over grown
rocky
scramble
2 months ago

Short but challenging trail with some beautiful campsites

hiking
2 months ago

Definitely not “Hard.” I’d rate it “Moderate” for the well graded climb.

hiking
3 months ago

very challenging walk in parts and had to take different routes as didn't have the rock climbing skills to get over sugarloaf peak. with a short detour though we still managed to walk along the mountain top where the views were spectacular

We did this track in late August 2019. We parked at Camp Creek Gap car park then hiked about a kilometre and a half before we needed to strap on our snow shoes for the final kilometre or so to Michell Hut. Here we pitched our tent. We then continued to snow shoe to the top of Mount Bogong before returning to the Hut area for the night. An amazing experience with perfect weather!!

Very muddy but lots of fun.. beautiful scenery.

Did a section of this hike focusing on the waterfalls. A gorgeous walk at this time of the year with many features along the way. Sheoak Falls, Castle Rock, Kalima Falls, Cumberland Falls, Won Wondah Falls, Henderson Falls, the Canyon, Phantom Falls. Plenty of water flowing in the falls. Great track conditions. Well signposted. The out and back section to Cumberland Falls was my favourite... the most adventurous part of the hike. Turn left to the falls off the track. After a short walk you come to a very steep section then a little further on, a creek crossing at this time of the year (possible to get across without shoes wet with the aid of poles) and then a rock scramble before getting to the falls. Once viewed, a return hike back to the main track... gorgeous!

hiking
4 months ago

A nice climb up Andrews Hill, but would rate this track as moderate rather than hard. Can be a bit slippery in some places when wet.

Easy introduction to bush walking. Great camp. Rock Climbing everywhere.

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