The Horn (Mount Buffalo)
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|Elevation||1,723 m (5,653 ft) AHD|
|Parent range||Victorian Alps, Great Dividing Range|
A walking track leads to the top of The Horn.
Aboriginal people made summer ascents to Mount Buffalo to gather and feast on the protein-rich Bogong Moth that cluster in rock crevices, and also to meet and hold ceremonies. The Mount Buffalo plateau was named in 1824 by the explorers, Hume and Hovell, because of its supposed resemblance to a buffalo.
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