Silver Creek Circuit Kinglake Hike (13.5km)

Kinglake National Park



4 hrs

Grade 3






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Silver Creek Circuit Kinglake Hike (13.5km)


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Silver Creek Circuit Kinglake Hike (13.5km)

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Silver Creek Circuit Kinglake Hike (13.5km)

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Silver Creek Circuit Kinglake Hike (13.5km)

1 Review on “Silver Creek Circuit Kinglake Hike (13.5km)”

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  • A large portion of the South-West side is now prohibited entry – I think it’s the yellow track. You can still make your way back without having to repeat any extra of the route but it does lose roughly. 2KM.

    As Philip said, a lot of trees have fallen over past the Cascades section. They’re okay to walk through but I’d recommend long-sleeve shirt and pants for all the bushes, expect to be doing some duck walking under fallen branches.

  • Walked this today. Map at entry was easy to understand and coloured pointers on trail posts were good. Range of flora was interesting. Some clearing of fallen trees from winter storms was evident with a little more needed. We enjoyed it,. We walked the red, yellow and orange trails combined which took about 4 hours.

  • Avatar of Robin Massey Robin Massey

    I walked this in the last year. It was worthwhile but the steep fire trail sections were a little tiresome _ could see the potential for pleasant graded walking track.

  • I walked this last weekend. The Cascades section has a number of fallen trees across the trail – is almost impassable. The other loops are clear.

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Silver Creek Circuit Kinglake Hike

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