In total there are about 150 hikes for you to discover within the region of South Australia. To get a first glimpse of what’s awaiting outdoor enthusiasts like you in South Australia, we created a short highlight list:
A steady climb to start the day takes walkers to the top of the range and views over Pichi Richi Pass. After descending into the pass again, the Trail follows the historic Pichi Richi railway line, passing the remnants of deserted sidings and settlements.
Majestic gums line roadsides leading to the climb up Sugarloaf Hill where walkers are rewarded with spectacular rural views. The trail then leads into Myponga Conservation Park for more views and some testing undulations. Pretty farmland and quiet country roads complete this section.
This section provides a very diverse range of scenery, beginning with the dense natural scrub, ridgelines and spectacular vistas of the Telowie Gorge Conservation Park, then descending to a narrow single file track along a very pretty creek line, before emerging into walk alongside pine forests.
This section starts with a pleasant walk along Brachina and Enorama creeks past the Golden Spike and other significant geological sites, before climbing to cross the ABC Range, where spectacular views of the Heysen Range unfold.
After a short road walk the trail enters YulteC/P where some lovely native bush and testing undulations are encountered.The trail then crosses open farming land gradually climbing to Mt Cone which offers distant views.The walk finishes off with more road walking.