The Outdorian Magazine - Page 12



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Loving the
KOSCIUSZKO NA
By Glenn Marshall
I am not sure why I love High Country plains so much, whether it’s
the thick, low, soft grasses or the hunched snow gums that grow on
their edge. Often, they’re where creeks that become mighty rivers are
born and old mountain huts still stand. Once used by cattlemen in the
summer and spring to fatten up their beasts, but now enjoyed by the
roaming wild brumbies, the Long Plain in the Kosciuszko National Park
is one of the largest.

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