Grampians Peaks Trail

Join our 20 year experienced Ecotourism Green Travel Leaders to explore the best sections of the Grampians Peaks Trail.

OR we can support you own individual hiking options with pick up’s and drop off’s at your preferred location.

Grampians Peaks Trail

Full day hiking in the Grampians National Park (Gariwerd )

The Grampians Peaks Trail is a memorable multi-day hike through the rugged interior of the Grampians National Park.

You will be travelling with an Ecotourism Green Travel Leader, certified by Ecotourism Australia

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Join us on our range of fully guided treks through the backbone of a mountain range famed for its dramatic scenery, flora and fauna, and aboriginal heritage.

Join us to explore the best sections of the Grampians Peaks Trail

Explore the Grampians dramatic mountain peaks, discovery the rugged rocky outcrops and take in the unforgettable panoramas.

Along the journey you will discover our unique native fauna and fauna and the ancient aboriginal heritage of Gariwerd.

Full-Day Hiking

Below are two options we highly recommend, however as the trail becomes fully operational, other hiking choices will be available for you to consider.

The Pinnacle Loop

Commencing from Halls Gap we follow Stoney creek into the Wonderland ranges passing fascinating rock formations and mini waterfalls.  Through the Grand Canyon, Silent Street and on to the Pinnacle. After lunch, we cut through the Wonderland escarpment on our return to Halls Gap.

Mt Rosea Loop

The Mt Rosea hike is just awesome, including fascinating rock formations and a breathtaking view from the Eagles Nest. After the summit and lunch, we return via the Burma Track. This hike rewards us with some of the best views in the Grampians National Park.


  • $300 per participant
  • Minimum 2 Maximum 6
  • Advanced Bookings essential.


  • 7 – 8 hours

We provide

  • Professional guiding service
  • Lunch
  • Level 2 First Aid
  • Extensive local knowledge of Gariwerd (Grampians National Park)
  • Conditions can deteriorate at any time so be prepared!

Your personal bush walking needs are

  • Day Backpack
  • Walking boots – strong with good ankle support
  • Suitable long walking pants and or shorts
  • Long sleeved collared shirts
  • 1 all conditions jacket (Gortex/Japara)
  • Sun hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Repellent
  • Whistle (for emergencies)
  • Camera, essential!