Larapinta Trail (223km)

West MacDonnell Ranges National Park

Northern Territory

223km

20 days

Grade 4

One Way

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0 Reviews on “Larapinta Trail (223km)”

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  • Wen Qi

    Hands down the best walk I’ve done so far!

  • Alison Eeles

    Ali Morley

  • I’m contemplating a Larapinta hike in 10..12 days around July..August 2020 (assuming interstate travel is back on by then).
    Although normally I do long hikes solo (and go faster then majority of people), won’t mind some self-sufficient companion, at least to make logistics (carpooling from Melbourne to Alice, food drops, etc) simpler and cheaper.
    Pls write ezemskovatyandexdotru of into facebook if interested.
    Cheers,
    Eugene

    1. Daniel Sue

      Kate Parsons on the cards

    2. Erin Bromley

      Nice little hike for us one day Nikki haha

    3. Magdalena Maciejko

      Steffanie Pernase Karolina Karunaa Szymańska first of my list when I come back?

    4. Darren Hocking

      View from Mt Sonder is amazing but the full exploration of Redbank Gorge makes it my favourite place in the world. I’ve traveled and guided extensively – especially in Australia and RBG blows my mind.

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