optdyl wrote:3 nights/4 days:
Day 1: Langford Gap - Mt Nelse - Spion Kopje - Grey Hills - Bogong Creek Saddle
Day 2: Bogong Creek Saddle - Quartz Ridge - Mt Bogong - Cleve Cole Hut
Day 3: Cleve Cole Hut - Big River - Ropers Hut
Day 4: Ropers Hut - Langford Gap
Day 1: Duane Spur - Big River - T Spur - Cleve Cole Hut
Day 2: Cleve Cole Hut - Mt Bogong - Quartz Ridge - Big River
Day 3: Big River - Timms Spur to starting pointl
north-north-west wrote:And how about getting to the top of Duane Spur (which is Ropers Hut, by the way)? There's no vehicle access. The shortest walk in is via Heathy Spur Track or Watchbed Creek, but either would make that first day very long.
north-north-west wrote:the route is pretty clear, except for the massive amount of snow. The drifts are still a metre deep in places.
north-north-west wrote:Duane Spur is little short of a disaster area... Check with VicParks or the local rangers to see whether it's been cleared before you go
north-north-west wrote:And yes, there is water at Cleve Cole
optdyl wrote:I didn't think there would sitll be snow at the end of October, but from your report and this webcam which shows Spion Kopje we may need to take snowshoes (or would the snow be too soft in Spring?!), what do you think?
This would be a good walk
Day 1 Bogong Village - The Springs saddle - Bogong Jack saddle or Little Plain
Day 2 Follow trk and snow pole line to either Ryder's Yards or Cope Hut
Day 3 Follow aqueduct to Kelly's or Fitgeralds hut then on to Edmunsons Hut
Day 4 Then down Duane Spur up T spur to Bogong
Day 5 Around to Quartz Ridge - Bogong saddle - Timm's Lookout - Spion Kopje aqueduct area
Day 6 Down Spion Kopje fire trk to Bogong Village and car (park near the cafe or tennis courts)
Day 7 Depending on fitness its easy to lenghten the walk by a day.
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