Link track Churchill National Park

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Distance: 200 metres
Average Gradient: 15%
Elevation gain: 36 metres
Terrain: Rough
Category: 4

Here is a link to the Strava segment here:

The Link track is easily the hardest climb in the Churchill National Park. This is a climb that would appeal to the pure hill junkies. Not only is it steep.  But the Link track has the extra challenge of having a very rough loose gravel surface that offers little traction. Don’t be ashamed if you have to get off & walk this one. It’s made many grown men cry.

The climb starts at the corner of the Army Track & Link Track.

The steep section finishes after 200 meters.  However if you turn right there is a further 500 metres of climbing which is guaranteed to test the legs & your lungs.

Here is a link to that segment here:

Be aware of the rough surface

Link track Churchill National Park notes

Details:

  • Entry via Churchill Park Drive, Bergins Road and Lysterfield Lake
  • 24 hour parking available on Curchill Park Drive
  • Parking is available within the park (observe gate closing times)
  • Picnic & B.B.Q facilities (next to main car park)
  • Toileting facilities (next to main car park)
  • No dogs allowed (National Park regulations)
  • Joins onto Lysterfield Lake

Click on this link for a map of the Churchill National Park from Parks Victoria.

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