Whether you are after a gentle stroll or a challenging hike, walking in Victoria’s beautifully preserved national parks, reserves and suburban parks will leave you feeling refreshed and alive.
Choose your scenery from forests, mountains, coasts, river valleys and historic areas and choose your level from short, facilitated walks and build up to medium, long and overnight walks.
With the chance to tune into nature and enjoy the fresh air, to be soothed by a breeze in the trees, to feel sun on your face and improve your physical and mental health, you’re certain to want to spend more time walking in Victoria’s parks.
Map View Victoria allows you to use your mouse to explore the state and click the icons for more details. Zoom in from the statewide view to see many more results. The map only displays hikes with trail coordinates.
Once you find a hike you can click to view more information or get directions to the trail head using Google Maps.
Cathedral Range - Southern Circuit is a 11km, grade 4-5 circuit hike, located in Cathedral Range, Victoria. The hike should take approximately 3-4hrs to complete but can take longer due to the steep and challenging ascent.
The route via Wells Cave is an ascent route only. NO NOT attempt to descend via Wells Cave. If you are not experienced in near-vertical rock scrambling or have a fear of heights and exposed ledges, DO NOT attempt this hike. The section ascending from Wells Cave should be considered a Grade 5 section. That is why this has been classified as a Grade 4-5 hike.
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