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Having walked most of trails in the grampians this has to be my all time favourite. Approx 2 hour round trip, offers panoramic views, reasonably easy climb. Not uncommon to see kangaroos on the trail, look up and witness rock climbers in action. I simply...More
If you or your friend has never done much hiking on hills and rocky outcrops this is a great one to introduce them to. A 3km something trip with reasonable elevation gain, but not too hard, and one mentally challenged section but not really dangerous,...More
Surrounded by wild wallabies and emus, Stapylton Campground was a wonderful place to stay, with few other campers at the site, it was like having an acre of land for yourself. Be extremely careful when driving because the wildlife don't understand the road rules.
Our large extended family group , ranging in age from 7 years to 70 years old thoroughly enjoyed this walk and the diversity of scenery and rock formations along the way. We carried lunches which we ate in the spectacular cave near the summit. This...More
mt stapylton- leave from mt zero car park. 4.6km return. bit more rugged than other walks. involves creek crossings,climbing over boulders etc. signs led you to the nice flat rock with its lovely natural amphitheater. the track than descends a little to the spectacular taipan...More
This hike offered a great challenge (a bit too much for my nearly 70 year old mother in-law, but the 7 & 5 year old boys loved it!) We took a picnic and stopped along the way for snacks. There was great diversity in the...More