The Buller Huts Trail is a challenging multi-day hike in Victoria’s High Country that offers hikers a chance to immerse themselves in stunning natural beauty while testing their endurance and resilience. The trail traverses a variety of terrain, from ski slopes to dense forests to rocky outcrops, and offers hikers the opportunity to experience some of the most iconic sights in the region, including Mount Buller, Bluff Hut, and Mount Stirling.
One of the highlights of the Buller Huts Trail is the breathtaking scenery. Hikers will be treated to panoramic views of snow-capped mountains, pristine valleys, and lush forests. The trail also passes through a number of historic high country huts, which provide a welcome respite from the elements and a chance to learn about the region’s rich history.
The Buller Huts Trail is not without its challenges, however. The terrain can be demanding, and the weather can be unpredictable. Hikers need to be well-prepared and experienced to complete the trail safely. However, the rewards are well worth the effort. The Buller Huts Trail is an unforgettable adventure that will leave hikers with memories to last a lifetime.
Despite being the shortest day on the itinerary, the walk up to Bluff Hut shouldn’t be underestimated – it was a long, steep, and challenging ascent along Eight Mile Spur.
Read the full trip report by Reanna Clark at We Are Explorers.