The Snowy Mountains in southern New South Wales may be well known for its superb winter attractions but for the few who head to the 'Snowies' in summer there is just as much on offer, albeit with far lesser crowds. If you are looking for that quiet getaway with magical vistas, superb history and a little reprieve from the summer heat then the Snowy Mountains and in particular the southern section of Kosciuszko National Park just might be for you. Let us take you on a journey through the magic that is Southern Kosciuszko National Park in summer. All places included in this guide are easy to get to, some may require a short walk of a few kilometres but are by no means hard. This guide takes you along the main roads that in summer are easily navigable in a conventional vehicle.Some of the huts that are found in the Geehi Area are accessible via 4wd, however most can be also walked to after fording the Swampy Plain River. We hope you enjoy this guide and mayb the Snowy Mountains find a place in your heart as they have in ours.