Falls Creek Guides

17 Slalom Street, Falls Creek, Victoria, 3699MAP

  • Walking and Biking Tours
  • Full Day

Breathe in the Victorian Alps. Utilising the ease of an e-bike, Falls Creek Guides access ideal hiking locations around Falls Creek. In winter they ski tour to the hidden valleys that are just beyond the resort. Their private group tours start and end at Nelse Alpine Lodge, Falls Creek.

Tours include guide, lunch morning tea, e-bikes, helmets, packs and touring equipment in winter. Group ratios to guide is one to six. Personalised tours are available upon request.

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Leaving the village of Falls Creek, ride smoothly along the aqua duct out to the Nordic Bowl, home of Australia’s famous World Hoppet race and the rocky valley dam. Turn to the pretty valley road that leads to the top of the Summit (1,780 Mt) of Falls Creek. At the top of the summit walk along the magic spur line of frying pan spur to overlook the Kiewa Valley, Mt Bogong, the Fainters mountain group and Jaithmathang. Returning to the e-bikes to have a gentle ride down to the Pretty valley pondage and cattle huts, to explore the pastures of yesteryear and set up for our high plains lunch setting. After lunch ride under the rocky knolls and via the Sun valley loop to once again return to the easy village life of Falls Creek.

  • Full Day
  • Land - Motorised
  • Land - Self Propelled
  • Walking and Biking Tours
  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.
  • Basic

With the power of Falls Creek Guides’ e-bike fleet, ride easily to the peak of Mt Mckay before descending to the Pretty Valley hut and cattle yards that were first constructed in the 1930s. Then ride towards the Tawonga Hut and the hidden valley of the Jaithmathangs that lay beyond Pretty Valley Pondage crossing and on the edge of the Tawonga Huts. Cattleman, John Ryder, constructed the first Tawonga huts. This hut was pulled down in 1888 by a horse that was tethered to the hut but was replaced that same year. A second hut was built in 1923. Currently, four huts exist on a site 250 metres south of the original site, set amongst ageless snow gums next to a small creek. The huts as a group are recognised as significant by the National Trust.

This trek provides the opportunity to Summit Mt Jaithmathang, 1852 m in a day, to encounter the stunning panorama of Mt Mc Kay and Feathertop that stands as a gate towards Mt Hotham on the great alpine walking trail.

It is very likely to see a Brumby herd that has been roaming the hill’s of Tawonga Huts for the last thirty years.

  • Full Day
  • Land - Motorised
  • Land - Self Propelled
  • Walking and Biking Tours
  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.
  • High

For the competed adventurer this tour crosses the rocky valley dam to follow the big river fire trail up to the hiking trailheads of Mt Nelse 1882 m, Mt Nelse North 1884 m and Spion Kopje 1841 m. From the mantle of these three peaks, there is a clear 360’ view of the Australia’s Alps. Capturing the main range of Mt Kosciusko 2228 m, Mt Bogong 1996 m and Feathertop 1972 m. Lunch is set to occur on the rooftop of the Victorian Alps. The educational focus is on the botany of the high plains and animal species that thrive in this rarefied environment. There is a turn back time of 2.00 pm and in some cases, the time may not allow the reach to the summit of Spion Kopje.

  • Full Day
  • Land - Motorised
  • Land - Self Propelled
  • Walking and Biking Tours
  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.
  • High

E- bike ride around the rocky valley dam, completed in 1959 as part of the Kiewa Valley Hydro scheme; stop off at Maddison’s hut for a morning tea before riding on to settle at Wallace’s hut (built 1889). Start a light trek passing the Rover Chalet to Cope Hut, (built 1929) for the inspiring lunch destination. After lunch and contemplating life on the high plains, return to Wallace’s hut to riding swiftly back to Falls Creek with the power of e-bikes.

  • Full Day
  • Land - Motorised
  • Land - Self Propelled
  • Walking and Biking Tours
  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.
  • Moderate

Leaving the village of Falls Creek, ride out to the Langford’s aqueduct to a small SEC hut used during the construction of the Kiewa Valley Hydro Scheme. Following the aqueduct, pass exquisite aqueduct lakes and wattle forests to find a hidden space to partake in morning tea. Continue to a small river crossing before arriving at the hike trail entry of Fitzgerald and Kelly Hut (built 1900) Hike to Fitzgerald’s, Kelly’s and Marm’s Point 1819 m to capture the soft blues of the Main Range of NSW. After soaking up the last pastures of the high plains return to Fitzgerald’s hike trailhead for the return journey back home along the Langford’s aqueduct.

  • Full Day
  • Land - Motorised
  • Land - Self Propelled
  • Walking and Biking Tours
  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.
  • Moderate