Mount Rosea & Sundial Peak Hike (17.5km)

Grampians National Park



6 hrs

Grade 4






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Mount Rosea & Sundial Peak Hike (17.5km)

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Mount Rosea & Sundial Peak Hike (17.5km)

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Mount Rosea & Sundial Peak Hike (17.5km)

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Mount Rosea & Sundial Peak Hike (17.5km)

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  • Hi
    Love your site.
    The family and I just did this hike (12/3/23) and while very enjoyable, there are some changes that people should be aware of:
    -The section of trail that descends from the sundial track to Silverband Rd appears to have been closed by the Park’s authority as it is extremely overgrown with lots of prickly bushes that were quite unpleasant to walk through. It is still walkable, however, although hard to find without GPS.
    – The track south of the intersection of where the trail ascending from Silverband Rd towards the Mt Rosea peak crosses the Grampians Peaks Trail is now closed and walkers are directed to continue ascending the side of the valley via the Grampians Peaks trail.
    The walk took us a total of 7.5 hours including meals and breaks.

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Mount Rosea & Sundial Peak Hike

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