- Name McMillans Track
- Distance de sentier 220 km, 137 milles
- Durée en jours 14 jours
- Classement Traildino SW, Marche fatigante, sentier de montagne
- Classement Traversée de montagne T2, randonnée en montagne
220 km, 12 – 14 days
The smaller brother of the Southern Alps Walking Track, the McMillans Track is a pretty tough walk along the southern edge of the Australian Alps. There is not much information available, and the trail itself might be difficult to find in places. So, you will need a bit of an explorer's mentality. The origin of the trail dates back to 1864, when Angus McMillan succeeded in connecting the coast to the goldfields. The original track has been restored by the Ben Cruachan Walking Club, the best place to find information.