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Lynton Reserve and Sleeps Hill Reserve Circuit is a 5.7km, grade 1 Circuit hike located in Lynton Reserve South Australia. The hike should take approximately 2hrs to complete.
A loop walk through the Lynton Reserve and Sleeps Hill Reserve walking trails. The park has many trails, developed in 2010, for walkers only, mountain bikers only, and shared trails for commuter cyclists, mountain bikers, walkers and horse riders.
This hike is a suggested route combining several trail segments, including the Mead Street Walking Trail and Sleeps Hill Walking Trail. Whilst there are many trails, the park is small, so the trails connect in a way to give walkers many options for an excellent circuit hike.
The park borders the Adelaide Plains and Belair, providing for some good climbs, city views, and walking through intact Grey Box grassy woodlands. The area comprises twelve old small quarry sites.
Starting near the Lynton Train Station, at the end of Beagle Terrace:
GPX file courtesy of Walking SA. File may not contain elevation data and may only represent half the length on return hikes.
Max elevation: 260 m
Min elevation: 136 m
Total climbing: 39 m
Total descent: -77 m
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For more information on this hiking trail, please visit Walking SA