Route: Federation Peak (TAS, Australia)

Tasmania, AU
42.9 km

Federation Peak is a prominent mountain that is part of the Arthur Range, located in the Southwest National Park, in the south-west region of TasmaniaAustralia. The peak, approximately 90 kilometres (56 mi) south-west from Hobart, was named after the Federation of Australia.

With an elevation of 1,224 metres (4,016 ft) above sea level,[1] the peak is often described as one of the hardest Bushwalking challenges in Australia.


Stu Gibson reported a possible FKT:

Start at Farm House Creek trail head, via Picton Saddle and Moss ridge to Summit of Fed Peak - return same trail.

David Ross and Dave Cole - Summer 1989 - 16hrs 5mins 

GPS Track