Devil's Peak Trail

South Australia

This climb is an awesome one, when you get to the top, you get an awesome view especially at sun set!

The Devil’s Peak trail is a moderately difficult bushwalk becoming increasingly strenuous towards the summit, where some scrambling over rocks is required. Allow 1.5 to 3 hours to complete this walk.
From the summit you will be rewarded with extensive panoramic views of Quorn, the Southern Flinders Ranges, the Horseshoe Range, Pichi Richi Pass, Port August, Upper Spencer Gulf and beyond to Wilpena Pound.
Devil’s Peak is 697m high, and along this walk you may observe many good examples of “faulting”, discover fossil impressions of ancient lifeforms, and see a variety of native fauna and flora.

Scrambling or Climbing
Arid or Desert
Maximum Elevation
Total Climb

Getting there:

It is accessible by car. Begin from the corner of West and South Terrace in Quorn. Follow Richmans Valley Road for 2.7km. Then turn right onto Devil's Peak Road a dirt road heading south (this road may not be GPS navigation devices). This road is 6.1km long and ends in the car park for the Devil’s Peak Walking Trail.


Devils Peak Walking Trail

Route/Trail notes:

The first part of the walk is nice and easy, then about halfway up you will be scrambling over rocks until the top.



Other References/Comments:

You can find lots of info about this online.


did this on the way back from Ayers rock to bris was cool in September love it was nice with nice views worth a detour :)

vlad on 8 Sep, 2019


Michael Richards on 31 Oct, 2017


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