Mountain Bike Shuttles are available every weekend. Please check our Events page for details and bookings. We have our Wildflower Festival on again, check our Events page for details. PLEASE NOTE: The Resort will be closed for a Ticketed Event on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th December. MTB shuttles will run as scheduled during this time.
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Things to do

Bushwalks & boardwalks

BushwalksBoardwalksWhat you’ll need
summer
Best time of year November to April
BushwalksBoardwalksWhat you’ll need
summer
Best time of year November to April
Popular times for this activity

Popular times for this activity

Introduction

Our little mountain offers some of the best bushwalking near Melbourne, with an extensive number of well marked, well-maintained hiking trails that make exploring Victoria’s alpine landscape easy. Well-marked and well-maintained, these trails are full of spectacular views and include plenty of places for a relaxing picnic.

Bushwalks

Lake Mountain Summit Walk
Easy: 40 minutes return, steep areas.

An easy walk with plenty of spectacular views on offer, the Summit Walk is a great one for young families. With sections that take you through snowgum woodland and stops along the way that look out north to the Alps and south to Marysville and Melbourne, it is a fantastic addition to any big day

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Boardwalks

Bjarne K Dahl Memorial Walk
Easy: 20 minutes return, flat & mobility-friendly.

Filled with interpretative signs, this boardwalk allows visitors of all ages and abilities to appreciate the splendour of our little mountain’s sub-alpine environment. It is the ideal way to begin understanding the ecology of bushfire in the Australian landscape while also learning more about the history of the local area.

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What you’ll need

Whether you’re going for a short stroll or off on a big hike, it’s a good idea to take some essentials with you. We suggest additional clothes to keep you warm and dry if the weather turns nasty, a hat and sunscreen to help stop the sunburn, and a bottle of water plus something to eat in case you need them.

Appropriate clothing
Sunscreen
Water

Getting to the mountain

Mountain Mountain