This walk, suitable for fit and energetic walkers, can involve water crossings, slippery track surfaces and rock hopping. Follow the path up through open woodland. Several steep sections lead through rocky terrain and stunted vegetation towards the top. The summit offers panoramic views of the surrounding ranges and volcanic plains, and over Dunkeld, gateway to the southern Grampians. Return by the same route.
Location: Grampians National Park
Length: 7km return
Walk: 3 hours
Track: Rocky and slippery
Start/Finish: Intersection of Grampians Tourist Road and Victoria Valley Road
Permits/bookings: None required
Safety: A good map should always be carried. Southern Grampians Walking Brochures are available from Brambuk the National Park and Cultural Centre Halls Gap, or from a local Grampians Visitor Information Centre.
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