Ben Armstrong went for a few laps on Australia’s Mt. Bogong and recorded his spring corn laps for our viewing pleasure.
This is probably very naive, but I didn’t think there was much backcountry terrain in Australia. I’m sure there isn’t much compared to the United States or Europe, but these gully laps look quite satisfactory.
Mount Bogong is one of Australia’s tallest peaks at 6,516′ above sea level, and one of the most prominent peaks standing 4,045′ above the surrounding area.
Mount Bogong is located in Alpine National Park in Victoria, Australia.