Mount Langi Ghiran (15.2Km)

Langi Ghiran State Park

Victoria

15.2km

5 hrs

Grade 4

Circuit

Hike summary



Route and GPX file


Trail Features


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About the region


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  • I attempted this track on 3 September 2016. The GPX file requires you to cross over Mt Langi Ghiran. However, it is almost completely off-track once you complete your ascent of Mt Langi. The actual footpads are very overgrown, and there are very markings.

    The map on trailhiking.com.au and some other maps I located suggest there is a separate track from the east side of Mt Langi to Hidden Lagoon; this is actually not true. There is a track, but it seemed to peter out – I have no idea why the track was constructed in the first place! We ended up turning back after the Mt Langi ascent, due to the overgrown tracks; they were also very slippery and someone took a heavy fall.

    The track according to trailhiking.com.au is a four hour track; it would have taken us a lot longer than four hours, and we weren’t a slow group. Allow six hours.

    Craig

  • Thanks for introducing me to the walk. Loved it. I followed the entire gpx trail October 2017. Our walking speed was a bit above average and we took 6 hours. Yesterday I did the walk again. This time almost halving the walk with a car shuffle between -37.315817,143.095245 and -37.283324,143.107245. My group was slow and took 5 hours for half the trail.

  • We went as a group of 8 on 17/9/18 and it was one of our favourite and most fun walks. What a beautiful, quiet, bird-filled and surprising park!

    We are a pretty slow group and it took us 6 hours including stops for lunch, photos, general faffing.

    It’s a fairly gentle incline on gravel path until the last 15 minutes to the summit which is ‘off track’ and over big beautiful granite boulders. There is a rock cairn beside the track which indicates when to turn right and make your own way to the top. The view is impressive.

    Getting down the other side to Hidden Lagoon is difficult – and NOT recommended in wet weather!!! We did it in dry conditions, and it was cray.

    I won’t offer any advice on finding ‘the way’ because we surely didn’t! Expect steep, slippery boulders, jerk thorny plants to break your fall(s), and the thickest bracken/fern gully to bust through. It was a lot of fun, and we survived with just a few scratches. We didn’t follow exactly the GPX file here so, look, there might have been an easier way?

    The campsite at the starting point looks really lovely, flat, with fire pits, toilets and lots of birdlife. We saw a few suitable overnight camp spots near the top that are flat and sheltered.

    We all LOVED this walk, can definitely recommend it for those who don’t mind some grazed hands and offtrack exploring.

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