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Gelantipy intro. The Gelantipy region in Victoria State is enclosed by the Alpine and Snowy River state forests, wilderness areas and national parks, although its main town of the same name has little to draw visitors in the way of heritage or other attractions. Even so, Gelantipy hotels make a good base for exploring the stunning natural beauty set on the town’s doorstep. Eco-tourists will find the region fascinating for its deep gorges, remote wildernesses, high peaks and dramatic rock formations as well as for the rare species nestling in their habitats. The region is a good place for adventure tourism, with hikers and walkers choosing trails suitable for two feet and riders exploring farther afield with the help of four friendly hooves. The rushing rivers attract white-water rafters and rock climbing and caving are popular pursuits. The Australian Alps are nearby, with snowboarding and skiing in winter and a covering of wildflowers in the beauty of springtime and summer.
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