Here are a few photos of where we went and what we saw.
Following the road to Omeo, our first stop was near Cope Hut.
|View toward Cope Hut|
A small rocky outcrop provided a view across the plains.
Near Cope Hut are Maisie's Plots. It was a short walk across the road for a good view of these plots that assisted in the establishment of the Alpine National Park.
Then it was on to Buckety Plain and Faithfulls Hut. It was a steep and rocky path that lead down to the hut but it was well worth the visit.
|The track back up Buckety Plain|
We enjoyed lunch on the Buckety Plain
and photographing the abundant flora.
After a short drive further drive down the road, we ventured onto a 4WD track that lead to McNamara's Hut.
After visiting all the accessible huts for the day, it was time to visit the Ruined Castle.
|The Queen in her Castle|
The final stop for the day was Mount McKay. Here are some views from the top.
|Mount Feathertop in the distance|
|Pretty Valley Dam|
And then it was time to visit the coffee shop.
A good lay day to whet the appetite for more walking tomorrow.
Walkabouters Club of Victoria Inc.