The Grampians is a series of rugged sandstone mountain ranges and forests rich in wildlife. The 167,219-hectare National Park is one of Victoria’s most popular holiday destinations. With the highest peak at Mount William at 1,167 metres. The Grampians are a great venue for camping, climbing, scenic drives and bushwalking. The climbs that you will want to put onto your bucket list include Mount William. Reeds and Boroka lookouts. All these climbs offer great climbing and spectacular views. There are also an abundance of Waterfalls in the park. Dotted around the main roads and easy to get to.
Cycling around the Grampians
The best part of climbing around the Grampians is the reward at the top. There are some pretty amazing lookouts throughout the Grampians National Park. No matter how hard you worked getting to get to the top. How out of breath you were crossing that finishing line. Being able to ride straight out onto a lookout. That overlooks the whole of the Grampians National Park is quite special.
Victoria has so much to offer, yet you will find yourself drawn to return to this cycling paradise.
|Link to climb write-up||Location||Distance||Gradient %||Category|
|The Grampians preview|
|Mount William||The Grampians||11.5 km||7||HC|
|Boroka Lookout||The Grampians||14.8 m||4||1|
|One Tree Hill||Aararat||1.8 km||11||3|
Cycling the Grampians