There are several hiking trails for reaching Mount Feathertop (1,922m), Victoria’s second tallest mountain after Mount Bogong (1,986m). You can arrive on the Razorback from both the south and from the north. Or on the Bungalow Spur west from Harrietville.
Between hiking two national parks in the Victorian Alps, I threw in a local Bright walking “expedition”. Today is the middle day of my “three hikes in three days” visit to Bright. Yesterday’s I was hiking in Mount Buffalo National Park.
Today’s hike incorporates three “peaks” within Mount Buffalo National Park; Macs Point (1450m), Eagle Point (1490m) and Mount Dunn (1510m). However, the hike doesn’t include Mount Buffalo. Something called “The Big Walk” apparently does that (not “roadtested” by me… yet!).