The year started with our traditional visit to the Victorian Alps during Summer. Staying for a week at Dinner Plain, we spent our days exploring the surrounding trails and nearby hills.
We got a bit a wet walking along the Brabralung Trail from Mount Hotham to Dinner Plain.
|Living on the edge: Precipice Plain|
The Montane Trail around Dinner Plain took us to the edge of Precipice Plain.
|In the cloud on Mount Hotham|
Three of us trekked up Mount Hotham to find the clouds!
|Gold diggings in Omeo|
It rained so much one day, we drove down the hill to Omeo!
But we still managed to get wet!
And then we found the pub!
|The Golden Age of Omeo|
Back up the hill, we wandered around the Big Spur!
Its amazing what you can find in the bush!
A visit to Mount Hotham is not complete without a wander along the Razorback and a stroll to the top of Mount Feathertop!
The weather cleared just for us!
We enjoyed spectacular views!
And an awesome sunset!
|Relaxing with a view|
Such a rewarding walk.
|Sunset over Feathertop|
The morning was so very peaceful.
|Morning view of Mount Feathertop|
Insects were busy with their morning forage on the abundant wildflowers.
|Sunrise on daisies|
This year's Annual High Country Art Exhibition was full of fun and frivolity thanks to our special guest master of ceremonies who came all the way from Holland!
|The John Wakefield|
All too soon our High Country summer sojourn drew to a close. We were treated to the most spectacular closing ceremony on our last night.
|Sunset over Dinner Plain|
Already looking forward to our next High Country adventure!