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The Wonderland Loop hike is one that I have pieced together from a series of Grampians trails. It covers most of the Wonderland Loop including the Pinnacle and Sundial Peak before crossing the valley to the opposite ridge.
Note that the section from Lake Bellfield to Boronia Peak is completely off-trail. This section is extensively overgrown and will take a lot of time and effort to navigate.
About the region
Renowned for rugged mountain ranges, rich cultural heritage and breathtaking scenic views, the 168,000 hectare park is ideal for a wide range of outdoor activities. The many walking tracks will take you on a journey to waterfall vistas, ancient geological rock features and forests. There are guided tours, and with a large network of roads available, car touring is a great way to explore. Renowned as the major attraction in the region, the Grampians National Park is a must-visit destination for all travellers, backpackers and day-trippers in Victoria. The spectacular setting of the mountainous landscape boasts a wide array of attractions and activities for visitors to the region. The Grampians National Park (also Gariwerd), commonly referred to as The Grampians, is a national park located in the Grampians region of Victoria, Australia. The 167,219-hectare (413,210-acre) national park is situated between Stawell and Horsham on the Western Highway and Dunkeld on the Glenelg Highway, 260 kilometres west of Melbourne and 460 kilometres east of Adelaide.
Grampians National Park is in western Victoria, 260km from Melbourne and 460km from Adelaide. Halls Gaps is 253km west of Melbourne.
Max elevation: 778 m
Min elevation: 232 m
Total climbing: 980 m
Total descent: -1035 m