The iconic Pinnacle walk, and lookout is one of the highlights of the entire Grampians region. Hikers are rewarded with stunning views of Halls Gap and the Grampians' many peaks. Visitors have a choice of three trails to reach The Pinnacle, each varying in distance and grade.
Mount Abrupt is a little more difficult than your usual 6.5km walk, suitable for the experienced hiker. This trail will have you winding through woodland and emerging on a rocky ridge, allowing you to gaze over the peaks of neighbour, Mt Sturgeon.
Lake Lonsdale is the perfect spot to relax and wait for a tug on the fishing line. The lake offers multiple sandy beaches with easy access into the water including a boat ramp for fishers. This particular location is great for fishing Redfin and Trout. Discover more here.
Settle in for a 50km cycle round loop, starting and finishing at Halls Gap. On wheels, the kilometres don't seem like much, but with the metres you'll climb, you're going to feel it by the end of the day. Don’t worry, the rewards are well and truly worth it! Discover the cycling route and download the map here.
*Image credit: Cycle West
If you’re seeking a challenging adventure with spectacular landscapes and iconic artistic stopovers along the way, the Silo Art Trail Ride will take your breath away. The full trail stretches more than 200km from start to finish but, don’t stress, we won’t make you ride that far! We’ve put together a great cycling route that covers just over 72km of the trail.
The Silo Art Trail has become Australia’s largest outdoor art gallery and provides a unique adventure for the experienced cyclist. Along the journey you’ll come across through three astounding murals by the best artists of the region.
Don’t forget to pack plenty of water, a hat, sunscreen, a waterproof jacket, comfortable riding shoes, and of course snacks. You can find the trail map and directions here.