Full of ascents and descents, today’s walk traverses the ABC Range with incredible panoramic views of the mountains. You walk across the Brachina Formation, one of the oldest rock formations on the planet. This walk includes one of the most intact and rich Ediacaran fossil sites in the world. These 600-million-year-old rock formations are older and were once higher than the Himalayas, but have been worn down by time. The last section of walking is through an open flat valley typical of the Flinders region with lots of wildlife viewing opportunities along the way.
Walking: Challenging / 25km / 6–7 hrs / shorter 14km option available
Elevation Gain – 480 approx
Elevation Loss – 450 approx
Meals: Continental/cooked breakfast (breakfast provisions provided) walkers lunch and a chef-prepared a la carte dinner
Accommodation: Rawnsley Park Station in ensuite rooms