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Starting from the Cambarville car park, just off the Marysville – Woods Point Rd, this circuit walk passes beneath the Big Tree and the Sitka Spruce to reach the Marysville – Woods Point Rd. Cross over and continue along to Cora Lynn Falls, then on to Cumberland Falls. Soon afterwards the trail passes Sovereign View, recrosses the road and finishes back at the car park.
Day walk. Start walk at caravan park in Halls Gap. Steady climb with several view points. Climbimg over rocks to reach the peak with 360 degrees views and Halls Gap below. Be prepared for all conditions.
A must do very diverse day walk for fit people! Dramatic scenery from the Pinnacle! Crossing Stony Creek, following the gorge and canyon upwards to exit via steel steps and ladders, then following arrows on rock through eucalypt forest and bare rock towards a narrow crevasse exiting via a ladder. Then on towards the cliffs and the Pinnacle.
The most challenging walk in the area, Keppel Lookout Trail climbs up through Mountain Ash and Stringybark forest to visit four of Marysville’s best lookouts.
There are spectacular views across Marysville, Cathedral Range State Park and Steavenson Falls. The trail is fairly uneven and steep in places, and walkers need to be self sufficient with food and water and wear sturdy footwear.
A nice 6km walk along the Lerderderg Gorge, Starting at Obriens crossing and returning via Cowan track.
A classic overnight traverse of one of the most rugged landscapes in Victoria, this walk takes in an ascent of Mount Gar (Mount Difficult), panoramic views from Briggs Bluff and a lot of great walking through the wild sandstone country of Grampians-Gariwerd.
The shortest track to the summit. Spectacular views of Taipan Wall and an easy walk until you hit the exciting scramble near the top on good holds.
Immerse yourself in the best rainforest trail the national park has to offer.
This enjoyable circuit walk skirts through Mountain Ash regrowth before entering a delightful temperate rainforest of Myrtle Beech, Southern Sassafras, Blackwood, tall tree ferns and thick green mosses.
The trail passes Taggerty Cascades, which provide a noisy contrast to the quiet Whitehouse Creek.
A number of timber bridges and floating boardwalks are crossed along the way.
Lyrebirds are common in the area.
To get to The Canyon, follow the track at the north side of Sheoak Picnic Area. Crossing Allenvale Road and then Sharps Track, you will find Wonwondah Falls. Later there is Henderson Falls, very pretty when there has been recent rain. The the walk continues through the canyon and then the next stop is Phantom Falls, again more beautiful when there has been some rain.