Snowboarders missing on Victoria's highest mountain

Last updated 14:55 13/07/2014

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A search is underway on Victoria’s highest mountain for two missing snowboarders who’ve not been seen since Thursday.

The two men failed to return from their snowboarding trip to the Eskdale Spur area of Mount Bogong.

Their abandoned campsite at Mitchell hut was found around 6am on Sunday and police fear they have not been at the site since the last snow fall early on Saturday.

The men, both aged in their early 30s, have not made contact with their families since Thursday.

Police believe the men have an emergency position radio beacon but have not activated the alarm.

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