Enjoy both the journey and the destination as you make your own way by foot or bicycle to seven spectacular summits in our regional parklands.
Remember to take a photo from the top, hashtag #7summits and share with friends to encourage others to get out there too.
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63 metres elevation along 340 metres from Mitchell Road, Table Top. There is no formal trail, so make your own way up to the survey marker and enjoy the awesome views along the way.
17 metres elevation over 1.2km along ridge from Rotary Lookout carpark, off East Street, Eastern Hill. A rough and rocky fire trail with gorgeous views across the city and the Murray River floodplains.
200 metres electation over 2.5km from Felltimber Creek Road, West Wodonga following fire trails (Coyles Road and McFarlanes fire trail).
130 metre elevation over 1.9km from Prendergast Street, West Wodonga. All on fire trails from Wattle Park to Kangaroo track to Carex track.
5 metres elevation over 350 metres from Huon Hill picnic area. Of course, you can always start at the Kiewa River following the Stringybark Trail or from Blazing Stump following the Butt Butt Trail for a much greater altitude gain. Please take photos from the fence, and do not climb the fence to the survey marker as this is not public land.
285 metres elevation over 3.3km from Lees Lane, off Mahers Road, Bonegilla. Lake Hume views are outstanding.