Walking and Hiking
Take the path untrodden.
Or the road less pedalled.
The Pyrenees invites you to leave your city routine behind. To rekindle your spirit of adventure. Awaken your inner explorer. And take a step off the beaten track.
The Pyrenees is a place peppered with inspired tracks celebrating the region’s beauty. The Regions State Parks and Forests have plenty to keep you on the go with an extensive network of bushwalking and Gravel Riding trails.
The regions famous Beeripmo Walk guides you through the Mount Cole and Mount Buangor State Parks along winding bush tracks through towering rainforests to hidden waterfalls and fern-filled gullies.
This walk can be quite steep in places, it is recommended that you take your time and enjoy the views.Read more
Bukkertillible means ‘cave’. The Bukkertillible resembles a massive arch, some 100m wide and 15m high.Read more
This walk runs alongside the Cave Hill Creek Education Centre for the first 0.5km before joining the loop of the walk, skirting Cave Hill Creek and Fiery CreekRead more
Starting from The Glut Picnic Area and finishing at Richards Campground, this is a great walk to stretch your legs and work up an appetite for lunch.Read more
Middle Creek Walk
Linking three visitor areas, the walk follows the creek as it passes through a variety of forest types.Read more
Mount Sugarloaf Circuit
Enjoy spectacular views across the Western Plains with panoramic views of Langi Ghiran and the GrampiansRead more
Starting from the Glut Picnic area, the Paradise Walk is a full half day walk through beautiful Messmate and Manna Gum forests.Read more
The views from Cave Hill area are spectacular. Soaring high, wedge tailed Eagles can often be seen.Read more
Two Mile Circuit
Experience changes in temperature as the walk meanders between Bailes and Ferntree visitors area.Read more