Mount Kosciuszko is the highest mountain in Australia (not including its external territories).
Located in the Snowy Mountains in Kosciuszko National Park.
Mount Kosciuszko is not particularly difficult to climb. There's a road to Charlotte Pass, from which it's an 5 mile walk up a path to the summit. The peak may also be approached from Thredbo, which is a shorter 4 miles and supported by a chairlift year-round.
Peak Badges: Earn a special badge for each unique peak you summit. See all of your badges on your Badges page.
First Ascent Award: Only 1 available per peak. Goes to the first peakery member to log a successful summit of a peak. Snag this award and the peak will forever bear your name.
King of the Mountain Award: Only 1 available per peak. Summit a peak more times than any other member. Beware: this award can be lost!
Summit Steward: Summit a peak at least 5 times to become one of its Summit Stewards. As Steward of a peak, you’re encouraged to keep that peak’s info up-to-date on peakery and spread goodwill on your future climbs up the peak.
Add photo for Mount Kosciuszko
Did you take a good photo of this peak?
peakery features 1 photo of each peak - ideally one that:
shows the mountain as a whole (not just the summit or views)
is landscape orientation (but no panos)
is at least 1600x1200 dimensions and max size 10MB
We'll select the best photo to feature. If your photo isn't featured, it will still be added to the full collection of photos for this peak. Thanks for contributing!
Thanks for uploading a photo!
Choose your peakery username
Incorrect password. Try again.
We just sent an email to with password reset instructions.