Hollow Mountain (Wudjub-Guyan) Walk
Grampians National Park
Follow the sign posted track through a densely vegetated gully. The track leads you to the base of an iron-stained cliff. It's a steep and strenuous climb through fallen boulders and along exposed ledges. A short uphill scramble completes the climb to the wind-scoured caverns of Wudjub-guyan (Hollow Mountain) with views overlooking Mount Stapylton and the Wimmera plains. Return by the same route.
Length: 2.2km return
Walk: 2 hours
Start: Hollow Mountain car park
Finish: Hollow Mountain car park
Nearby: Horsham and Wartook Valley
Safety: A good map should always be carried. Northern Grampians Walking Brochures are available from Brambuk the National Park and Cultural Centre Halls Gap, or from a local Grampians Visitor Information Centre.
Further information: Contact the Parks Victoria Information Centre on Ph 13 19 63 (within Australia).