Are you ready for a High-Altitude Adventure?
Mount Kosciuszko is Australia’s highest mountain and one of the world’s Seven Summits. Discovered and first climbed in 1840 by Polish explorer Sir Paul Edmond Strzelecki.
Peaking at 2228 meters above sea level “Kozzie” is located in the picturesque New South Wales Snowy Mountains and beautiful Kosciuszko National Park.
The Kosciuszko walk is described as a grade 3 or moderate 13 kilometre return grated boardwalk from Eagles Nest overlooking Thredbo village. The clean & fresh mountain air & cooler alpine climate makes the walk achievable for everyone young & old alike. Allow 5 hours for the return walk with time to appreciate the natural beauty & maybe a picnic lunch along the way.