Pinnacle Track Circuit (10km)

Grampians National Park



4.5 hrs

Grade 3


Hike summary

Route and GPX file

Trail Features


Gear you might need

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Access Conditions

Getting there

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About the region

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Acknowledgement of Country

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0 Reviews on “Pinnacle Track Circuit (10km)”

Overall rating
  • James Harris

    Leesa Harris let’s do this.

  • Breathtaking walk. Lots of people and sometimes got stuck in traffic jams in narrow sections. A lot of tourists visit here after the Great Ocean Road. We walked anti clock wise and visited Splitters Falls which was worth the small detour.

  • A pleasant 4 hour hike, including plenty of stops for the views and lunch at the Pinnacle. We followed the recommended route (clockwise) and I can highly recommend taking that route (less crowded, as most appear to get to the Pinnacle from the short walk from the Wonderland Carpark.

    It’s a moderate paced 90 minutes from Hall’s Gap up to the Pinnacle via this route, and then pretty much all downhill back to Hall’s Gap via Wonderland Carpark etc.

    If you’re fit and pressed for time, you could easily do it in 3.5 hours.

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