Pyrenees Endurance Trail (23.5km)

Pyrenees Range

Victoria

23.5km

10 hrs

Grade 4

One Way

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Route and GPX file


Trail Features


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About the region


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  • Leona Xu

    Erryn Koil Craig a day hike in summer? ?

    1. Leona Xu

      Erryn Stephens for a YHA Saturday walk??

    2. Evonne Hargreaves

      Got a ways to go yet!

    3. Tayla Gobbo

      Have you screaming and crying again

    4. I completed this hike as a one way east to west yesterday and the day before. Happy to report there are a TONNE of new markers with the actual track in excellent condition, no tree fall whatsoever, all logs freshly cut away. Markers were sometimes spaced only 50-100mt apart and so never lost the trail once. Lots of new 4WD track posts and signage everywhere. Plenty of water at Camerons. A terrific walk!

    5. Darren Edwards Post author

      I have been sent these comments by an outdoor enthusiast, following completion of this hike recently.

      Thanks for the work you do with hiking info.

      Today i completed a return section of the Pyrenees Endurance Trail…waterfall carpark to Cameron Camp and back over two days.

      I have noted the following and you may wish to add these observations to the report currently on your site.

      There is no water at the Waterfall carpark or in the creek or waterfall…Cameron Camp currently has water in the tank….the side trip to Cameron Camp from the PEW is more like 800m up steep 4×4 road….resident Koala is very vocal. The return (west to east) was easier to find with the markers…usually spaced at 50 paces…or 100 if trail is clear or the marker lost…i suggest looking up to spot markers to plot your path….look for cut logs that show man made access too. Unfortunately i lost the trail for an hour heading E to W on day 1..the gpx file was not of any assistance…i needed my map and compass and google maps to stay on course and eventually stumbled across an orange marker. East to west may be easier if i were to do it again given my new observations of the track and application of skills.

      Happy to report about 7 1/4 hrs to Camerons camp including  breaks and list trail and about 6 1/4 return due to more down hill. Both camp sites great. Would not recommend if the  temp is over 30 as the terrain certainly impacts fatigue and hydration requirements.

    6. Matthew White

      Is there a good option for a return walk other than just retracing your steps?

    7. Claire Greve

      It’s like they made it just for us ?

    8. Jo Varley

      Jenn Aedo

    9. NP Quach

      Katie Spain – we should train for ours at Victoria’s Pyrenees ?

    10. Aaron Williamson

      Lea Audrey Hardy

    11. Tu Le

      Lemme know when you do this !

    12. Erryn Stephens

      Leona Xu maybe

    13. Mohsen Khan

      Lets do it!!!!!

    14. Peta Claire

      Looks good

    15. Natasha Hamilton

      Looks good.
      We can do that.
      Put it in the list.

    16. Maryanne YC

      Lost the trail few times due to fallen trees. Wanna go this month or anytime after mid autumn?

    17. Sharon Nelson

      Lucia Zelesco OMG put this on our list ?

    18. Tayla Gobbo

      Maddison Ruggiero

    19. For those interested in completing a shorter (~3 hour) circuit along a section of this trail from Waterfall Carpark:

      Following the trail from Waterfall Carpark to Mt. Avoca (~1 hour).

      Continue along the signposted path until you get to ‘Emery Track’. Instead of crossing the track to continue the full hike, turn right and follow this track eastward to continue with the shorter 3-hour loop (watch-out for dirt-bike riders).

      From Emery Track you can then either make your way back to Waterfall Carpark via ‘Fraser Track’ (which takes you back to the Fraser Track Trail Bike Carpark, and then follow Ebling Track (not so nice) back to Waterfall Carpark), OR

      Turn right from Emery Track when you get to Main Break track and follow this southwards before you get back to the original outwards track (turn left off of Main Break) and retrace your steps down the original track back down to Waterfall Carpark.

  • Tu Le

    Maryanne, Mohsen, Honey, up for an endurance challenge?

    1. Carmela Vergara

      Matthew, Nene, Winda

    2. Clarence Rosedale

      May Ling Yong

    3. Liesbeth Inge Annette Long

      My next hike!

    4. Tania Smith

      Natalie Jane Birt I’ve heard this is a challenging hike?

    5. Fiona Crockford

      Natasha Hamilton!

    6. Erryn Stephens

      Sounds good. Haven’t been there before

    7. Cass Fitzgerald

      note we have over grow sections to walk through.. so snake gear protection and snake bite first aid I will have on hand.

    8. Natalie Jane Birt

      Tania Smith Cass Fitzgerald

    9. Trail Hiking Australia

      This is a great hike for trek or pack training and can be done as a day or multi day hike

    10. Maryanne YC

      Tu Le?

    11. Cass Fitzgerald

      Sound good always up for a challenge

    12. Sugandi Fernando

      Sarah Rowley Talea Loeskow

    13. Cass Fitzgerald

      Poles also

    14. Alex Gifford

      Oh yes!

    15. Talea Loeskow

      thats some decent elevation

    16. Tom Scott

      Peta Claire

    17. Glenn Hargreaves

      Next trek Evonne ???

    18. Koil Schonie

      Sure! Im always up for a chelenging hike..could do it in spring also

    19. Honey Lane Ante

      ohhhhh! Yes!! Let’s plan this! ?

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