The track to Mount Terrible: low range and high clearance required
Mount Terrible is a mountain pass at an elevation of 1.305m (4,281ft) above the sea level, located to the south-west of Kevington in Victoria, Australia.
Can you drive to Mount Terrible?
Located within the Mount Terrible Natural Features and Scenic Reserve, the road to the summit is totally unpaved, rough and rocky, with scrabbly sections. It’s called Mt Terrible Track. The track has steep sections, some rocks and ditches. In order to complete the drive, you’ll need a vehicle with some decent tyres, low range and high clearance and a driver who knows what lines to take.
Is Mount Terrible open?
Set high in the Great Dividing Range, in the heart of the High Country, the road to Mount Terrible (Warrambat) is subject to closure any time between July and late October. The track is rocky, and may be covered by snow in the winter.
How long is the road to Mount Terrible?
The pass is 24.3km (15.09 miles) long north-south from Eildon-Jamieson Road to Ryan Spur Track. The summit hosts a fire lookout tower which was installed in 1962 and a communications tower.
Pic: p mac
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