|8 hour /
Saturday 23rd October noon - Sunday noon
It is perfect rogaining country, with not much undergrowth, and vegetation that varies from magnificent tall gum forest with occasional wetter fern gullies to open alpine plains. After a wet winter, the vegetation should be vibrant in spring, and there is abundant wildlife such as lyre birds to accompany you throughout the event. There are even several historic alpine huts to visit on the course. The Hash House is on a property on the edge of Kosciuszko National Park and offers good camping. Driving time to the Hash House is approximately 2 hours from Canberra.
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