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All reviews wonderland carpark grand canyon silent street great walk worth the effort worth the climb yellow arrows bring water great view challenging walk hours return amazing scenery hard work take your time on the rocks rock hopping lots of water
A difficult walk at times, sometimes just keeping the kids focussed on moving forward rather than stopping to look at the stunning scenery around every bend. But ultimately breathtaking views make it all worth while
Be careful when hiking up - the rocks all look the same and the directional arrows on the rocks are not prominent at all. My friend and I went off the track twice and had to bush-whack to get to the right path again. The...More
A challenging hike for the average person up a sometimes steep rock path. Essential to wear good walking shoes. Some narrow areas to get through. Absolutely worth the effort for the view from the summit. Bring water, sunscreen and your camera.
The walk from the nearest car park was about 2km through scrub and over some rocks. The going was not too bad and probably about a medium difficulty walk. The views from the top are spectacular and the pinnacle itself has a viewing platform where...More
My son and I completed the Halls Gap to pinnacle hike as part of a two day hike to the Bugiga campsite. The hike is well marked with steel steps forming a lot of the uphill climb which does make it a little easier in...More
You can access the Pinnacle from the Wonderland or Sundial carparks. Wonderland is a bit more challenging walk. The Sundial is by no means a simple stroll either. You can also walk to the Pinnacle from Halls Gap if you like a really challenging walk....More
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Thanks for all the answers, we have stayed one night in Halls gap, did the pinnacle and McKenzie falls the next morning, and went to GOR in the afternoon and stayed one night in Port Campbell. Pinnacle is the best of all