Destination: Grampians Peaks Trail, Victoria
Duration: 3 Days, 2 Nights
The Grampians is one of Victoria's most popular hiking destinations. A new favourite is stage one of the revamped Grampians Peaks Trail. A rustic trail starting and ending in Halls Gap, this loop walk shows off the diversity of the Grampians National Park. Strolling through rocky gorges, passed cascading waterfalls and hiking up to stunning view points, it really does have it all. Each day is different, from the terrain to the view from our tents.
Together, with a maximum of 7 ladies, you will be hiking 8-14 kms per day carrying a light day pack. The trail traverses over undulating hills and sometimes over rocks. On the last day we set off onto Lake Bellfield in our canoes for a peaceful journey back into Halls Gap. We recommend this journey for active women, ideally but not necessarily, with some previous hiking experience.
What to Expect
Day ONE: Car pool to meeting point, early lunch and briefing. Hike from Halls Gap through rocky gullies and vista filled ridge walking to get to our first nights camp at Bugiga Campground.
Day TWO: Just under 14 kilometers of trail for us to enjoy today. Sandstone outcrops and spectacular 360 degree views from the summit of Mount Rosea. Winding our way back down to the forest floor to the Borough huts campground.
Day THREE: For our final fling, we'll take to canoes in the morning, giving our legs a well earned rest. After paddling across Lake Bellfield, it's back on foot for our final effort, completing the loop as we arrive triumphantly back in Halls Gap. We have lunch along the way and send you off in the afternoon with some healthy snacks for your journey home.
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Health & Wellbeing
You will work for your supper but with minimal strain on your body - light packs and friendly hiking terrain. We leave plenty of time to reach camp, so distances are physically challenging but very obtainable.
Ladies in their mid-30s to their mid-60s will loves this trip, so if you’re active and keen to gain some more hiking experience, this is the trip for you. Still unsure? Get in touch and we can talk it over.
The food is cooked fresh, plant-based and organic (where possible). Menu collaborated with our knowledge of what keeps well in the bush and nutritionist, Steph Wearne’s, expert advice.
In camp, you will have access to yoga mats, a foam roller and suggested sequences. Our days are active, canoeing or hiking. With small packs and plenty of rests, you will end the day feeling good.
Maximum group size of 7
3 x days of guided hiking
All meals (2 x breakfast, 3 x lunch, 2 x dinner & snacks)
Tent (2 person), sleeping mat & crockery hire
2 x Parks Victoria camp site & trail fees
Canoe & equipment hire
What People Say
"I've sent my kids on so many adventures but never thought I'd do something similar. It took a push to get me there but I'm so glad I went along with it. Cass (WoW) made it more achievable and comfortable than I thought possible.
I couldn’t recommend the experience more highly. I can’t wait to go again"
— Alex Wood
All Women of Wander journeys include nutritious food, comfortable camping equipment and an experienced guide. Below is a list of inclusions specific to this journey.
Date & Price
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Cost: $799 per person
- Single supplement: $50 (own tent)
17 - 19 April 2020
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