Wednesday, September 2, 2009
One for the Werewolves: overnight walks by full moon
Over two days, this 22km fully guided tour will take you on a journey across the dramatic vistas of Mount Kosciuszko, Carruthers Peak and Dead Horse Gap. Discover the blooming wild flowers surrounding glacial formations of Blue Lake and Lake Albina.
Enjoy luxuries such as guides with unrivalled local knowledge and a pre-prepared and catered campsite. Campsites are set up at vantage points to witness the kaleidoscope of a Snowy Mountains sunset and sunrise.
The guided walk experience is coupled with luxury accommodation in either the resort's 4.5 star Overwater Apartments or 5 star Mountain Views chalets. Weary walkers can take advantage of the onsite day spa or keep active with the resort's complimentary activities including tennis, golf, canoes and paddle boats, archery, volleyball plus a myriad of picturesque walking and mountain bike trails.
Overnight Alpine Walks FROM $589.00 per person (six share)
2 nights accommodation at Lake Crackenback Resort and 1 overnight camp
1 x 2 course dinner
2 day walks including all meals
Complimentary use of resort activities
Conditions apply, subject to availability
Novotel Lake Crackenback Resort
1800 020 524 or 02 6451 3000
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