With multiple day hike options available, there is something for everyone at the world-class Grampians Peak Trail.
For a medium grade walk and a return time of 2 hours, try the Lower Waterfalls of Mt Difficult (Gar) from Troopers Creek Campground. Or, for a challenging 3 to 4 hour hike, choose Signal Peak from Mt Abrupt (Mud-Dadjug) car park.
The view from the lookout is worth every bit of effort and offers terrific scenic views over Western Victoria. If you have young children in your group, depart from the Sundial car park within the National Park and ascend to The Pinnacle via Devils Gap. The walk will take a little over 2 hours for the return trip allowing time for a rest at the top. More challenging routes are available from the Wonderland car park and Halls Gap.
Rising to 1167 metres, Mount William is the Grampians' tallest peak. You can drive almost all the way to the top of the mountain, before parking your car and walking the rest of the way. This hike takes a moderately fit person approximately 45 minutes to walk to the summit.