Trail Running At Mt Hotham
Affordable Hotham Accommodation – Open Year Round For Bookings
Come and experience the thrill of trail running around Mt Hotham and Dinner Plain. One of Hotham’s biggest trail running draw cards is the mighty Razorback Run which is from Diamantina Hut on The Great Alpine Road (very close to the Hotham Village) to the summit of Mt Feathertop. Mt Feathertop is Victoria’s second highest peak at 1922 meters and enjoy the stunning glowing views of the Victorian High Country. This takes place in March every year.
Our friends at Running Wild have put together a series of Victoria alpine runs in some of Victoria’s best locations including Hotham, Mt Feathertop and Dinner Plain. These organised trail running events aren’t your typical first, second and third races as such, they are about the running experience, enjoying the alpine country, supporting other runners, experiencing what nature has to offer- weather, terrain and your ability to push yourself and get to know your body and your personal limits, and the social experience of this dynamic sport.
Summer Rates: Adults $31 per night | Children (17-6) $16 per night | Kids (5-0) Free.
Running Wild Hotham events planned for 2019:
Date: Saturday 16 March 2019
Location: Mount Hotham Village, Victoria, Australia
Registration/Start/Finish: Village Square, Great Alpine Road, Mount Hotham
The Roof Top Run (Bogong to Hotham)
Date: Sunday 6th January 2019
Location: Alpine National Park, Victoria, Australia
Start Finish: Mountain Creek (Tawonga South) / Mt Hotham
Keep up to date with planned running events on and around Mt Hotham. Click here to learn more from the Hotham Trail Running Page.
Contact our booking officer now to discuss your trail running accommodation needs or just to bring your family or support crew for a affordable memory filled weekend running or exploring the stunning Victoria High Country.
1800 651 451
26 Davenport Drive, Hotham Heights, Victoria Australia 3741.
We can book your large group into adjoining lodges if extra accommodation is required for groups exceeding 40 people.
Read our recent blog on leaning how to start trail running.