Buller-Howitt Alpine Area, Victoria Topographic Map
Buller-Howitt Alpine Area Map
The Buller-Howitt Alpine Area map shows the major roads, paths, tracks, and features of the Mount Buller, the Alpine National Park, and its surrounding areas. The coverage of this map includes Mount Buller State Forest, Alpine National Park, Howqua Hills State Forest, Mirimbah State Forest, and the Great Dividing Range. You can use this map for business and referential purposes and for outdoor recreational activities like bushwalking, mountain biking, car touring, rock climbing, and water sports.
You can buy this map in a high-quality finish in a selection of finishing materials like paper, matte plastic, and laminate.
About Mount Buller
This mountain in the Victorian Alps of the Great Dividing Range is located in Victoria, Australia at an elevation of 1,805 m (5,922 ft). It was named by the explorer and surveyor Major Sir Thomas Livingstone Mitchell.
You can climb the peak of this mountain from Delatite River level as you follow the Klingsporn walking track. You will also find a Mount Buller Alpine Resort adjacent to the mountain. This resort is a popular destination for many families and skiers who wish to attend for the day.
About Mount Howitt
Mount Howitt in Victoria is located in the Wonangatta Moroka Unit of the Alpine National Park and is approx 170 km north-east of Melbourne. This place is a popular bushwalking destination. It is surrounded by deep valleys, where riparian forests of Manna Gum dominate. You will find Mountain Gum - Snow Gum forests at higher altitudes.
Alpine National Park
The Alpine National Park is located in the Central Highlands and Alpine regions of Victoria, Australia. This park covers an area of 646,000-hectare (1,600,000-acre) and is the largest National Park in Victoria. This park covers much of the higher areas of the Great Dividing Range in Victoria, including Mount Bogong, Victoria's highest point. It shares its boundaries with New South Wales, where it abuts the Kosciuszko National Park.
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