Halls Gap Village is nestled in the heart of the Grampians National Park. The village is surrounded by towering peaks and grand rock formations and makes the perfect base for exploring the wonders of the park and surrounds. There is an abundance of accommodation and dining, with options to suit everyone. The Halls Gap Bike Path passes the Halls Gap oval where kangaroos congregate daily to feed in the late afternoon. This map also shows the beginnings of a number of walking tracks beginning in or close to the village centre. Grampians Cycling maps offer accurate and detailed information which will assist with choosing the best cycling route for your requirements.
This ride presents impressive views of the Grampians Ranges and typical Western Victorian rural settings and farmland. Heading north from the village of Halls Gap, nestled between the majestic Wonderland and Mount William Ranges, the route heads east out of the Grampians National Park towards the town of Stawell.
Impressive views of the Grampians Ranges and typical Western Victorian rural settings and farmland are presented on this ride. Leaving the historic town of Stawell, the route heads west towards the village of Halls Gap, which is nestled between the majestic Wonderland and Mount William Ranges. The first part of the route is along the Stawell-Heatherlie Quarry Rail Trail shaded in parts by gum trees, with vistas towards the Gr
Includes some walking tracks The Halls Gap Bike Path connects the Pomonal Road and Lake Bellfield passing through the Halls Gap Village and the Brambuck Cultural Centre. The 7.9 km long, gently undulating path meanders through shady gum trees, with views of the Wonderland and Mount William Ranges. The views of the ranges, looking up the lake from the Lake Bellfield Dam Wall are meant to be contemplated. The early morning and early in evening light paints the valley walls with very different colour palettes.