'Great Alpine Road' - VIC, Australia
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Recommended Aircraft
Cessna 172 Skyhawk, or something else 113 knots capable.
Flight Summary
The 'Great Alpine Road' links Victoria's North East with Gippsland, winding through mountains, valleys and forests, and past rivers, vineyards and farms. At a length of 304 kilometres (189 mi), it is Australia's highest year-round accessible sealed road. The section over Mount Hotham rises to an altitude of 1,840 metres (6,040 ft) AMSL.
1h 30m
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Flight Rules: VFR
Stops: 3
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Starting at Bairnsdale Airport (YBNS), we climb up into the Victorian Alps passing: Bruthen, Swifts Creek & Omeo before our first stop at Mount Hotham Airport (YHOT).

Shortly after passing Harrietville, we deviate off the 'Great Alpine Road' -only briefly- to visit Mount Beauty Airport (YMBT) & Porepunkah Airport (YPOK) close to Bright.

Finally we head out of the Mountains through Myrtleford and out to the Plains leading up to Wangaratta Airport (YWGT).

 

*FLIGHT PLAN*

 

1. Bairnsdale Airport (YBNS)

2. Mount Hotham Airport (YHOT)

3. Mount Beauty Airport (YMBT)

4. Porepunkah Airport (YPOK)

5. Wangaratta Airport (YWGT)

 

 

Great Alpine Road - Wikipedia

 

[MSFS] 'Great Alpine Road' - Australia - YouTube  - ('Gripper Sim', 1st August, '22)

 

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