Jagungal

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Back Country Awareness Please read the following articles before considering going back country and research widely. Do not use information provided here as textbook accuracy as anyone can edit it. Double check anything found here and consult with experts before heading beyond the resort boundaries. People die in the back country every year, don't add your name to the list.

Overview

Mt Jagungal is a wonderful and (winter) remote mountain in the Northern Snowy Mountains. It is the northernmost peak over 2,000 metres on the continent - it comes in at 2,061 m asl. Ski touring/ back country is quite different here to the Main Range as it is more remote feeling, broader in size and scope, but less alpine feeling because much of it is forested. The touring is generally fairly easy in that the mountain sits in a broad region that is a series of higher ridges interspaced with plateau-type country.

Access is generally from the Main Rain, Guthega Pondage, or from the North. Details on these and other approaches will be posted soon. Because it is relatively remote, you generally need at least 4 days to really explore the area.

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