A world-class, multi-day hike through the heart of one of Australia's national parks.

Statistics

1

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6,108

m

6,124

m

10

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Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Extreme

Description

This once-in-a-lifetime hiking experience takes hikers through the heart of one of Australia's most spectacular National Parks.

A 13 day / 12 night trek, this incredibly challenging trail starts at Mount Zero in the North, then heads South across the most famous summits in the Grampians before finishing in the Dunkeld Township. A typical itinerary would take in a series of 9-15km hikes throughout the trek, stopping at campgrounds along the way.

Halls Gap - itself a popular hiking destination - marks the midway point of the trail, and boasts stunning vistas and good camping. It goes without saying that this trail is only for experienced hikers.

While there are camp grounds and untreated water points along the route, hikers must expect to be self-sufficient at all times, and be comfortable navigating through the bush.

Before attempting any hike of this nature it is essential to check local conditions and notify rangers you are attempting the hike.

For those that do tackle the trail, they will be rewarded with some of the most stunning views in Australia.

Wildlife is abundant, as is the variety of flora and fauna.