Larapinta Trail walking itineraries and area visitors information guide. Map of the Western MacDonnell Ranges courtesy of NT Tourism. Information for Larapinta Trail Maps. Buy Larapinta Trail Maps and download Larapinta Trail Maps. The km long Larapinta Trail is one of Australia’s most spectacular bushwalking and trekking Section 9, Larapinta Trail · Larapinta Trail Maps & Guidebooks.
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Get the Section larapnita information sheet and map Start at Ellery Creek, walk Section 6 2 days and camp at Rocky Gully on the first night where there is a ranger maintained water tank.
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Get the Section 8 information sheet and map 1. This section winds through limestone hills at the headwaters of the Finke River, one of the world’s oldest rivers.
The trail follows natural watercourses and you may need to walk around pools of water in Hugh Gorge. For all other feedback or enquiries, you must contact the relevant government agency.
Up for the Max Challenge? Larainta River-Redbank Gorge S Taking the time to do the Ormiston Pound side trip without a pack.
Section 12, Larapinta Trail. Larapinta Trail information pack The Larapinta Trail pack includes maps and detailed information about the walk.
August Learn how and when to remove this template message. Access into Serpentine Chalet Dam is by high clearance 4WD only, however you can walk out along the access track past the ruins to the 2WD area.
This section is a challenging walk through some of the steepest and most rugged country in the ranges. The laraipnta is graded as hard, starting at Serpentine Gorge and finishing at Serpentine Chalet Dam or visa versa and would require a drop off and pick up.
This challenging section of the trail passes through Spencer Gorge, along the spine of Razorback Ridge and then down the narrow Linear Valley to the junction with the Hugh River. You may wish to set mxp camp at Millers Flat and take a day pack for the rest of your walk. If you want to do a return walk to save organising transport, you could walk from Geoff Moss Bridge to Wallaby Gap and back traol – Explore the Larapinta Trail.
There is no water supply along Section 9 so walkers must be prepared taril carry 2 days worth of water. Taking the high route to Tangentyere Junction for spectacular views only for those who really want to get the heart racing!
It passes through this gap and travels along the southern side of Mt Sonder to Mwp Creek. This has some steep ascents and is one of the shorter sections of the Larapinta Trail. Allow plenty of time along the ridge and at the lookout to admire the views over the Alice Valley. Taking in the unique geology around Serpentine Gorge and Trali Creek. Getting your first view of Alice Springs on the way back into town.
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Larapinta Trail Extended Walks. Fascinating examples of Central Australian geology. There is an abundance of birds, including the hard to find spinifex bird. If starting the walk from Serpentine Gorge it is well worth doing a side trip up to Serpentine Gorge lookout.
Larapinta Trail Water Considerations. Either way laeapinta will encounter some challenging climbs and descents, spectacular views and scenery like nowhere else in the world.
Watching birds make the most of each habitat that you pass through – from the mallee to the spinifex to the River Red Gum lined watercourses and the ranges. Larapinta Trail Facebook Page. Larapinta Trail Day Walks. Larapinta Trail Sections of the Larapinta Trail.
Lxrapinta you can carry on to walk Section 9 over 2 days, camping at Waterfall Gorge. The terrain from Mount Sonder to Mount Zeil being hard to access by vehicle for rescue operations, the trail stopped at Mount Sonder. The low route is available to those with an average level of fitness.
Walk to Millers Flat and take the high route to Tangentyere Junction. Views of Mt Sonder in the distance.
Hugh Gorge to Ellery Creek Section 6 is a Hugh Gorge-Ellery Creek S7: It then follows this river valley to Birthday Waterhole.
The walk harbours lxrapinta Aboriginal sacred sites of the Arrernte people, who have permitted tourists to visit the sites. This section is a relatively short one Redbank Gorge to Mt Sonder return Section 12 is a