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good trail, be prepared to suffer a bit I love it

completed two laps here today, along the Werribee Gorge Circuit (10km) signs say it takes 4.5hrs. Easily completable by 2.5hrs. Bring good quality hiking shoes and be ready for mud after rain.

This is not a loop. I was 2km in when I realised that to complete the “loop” I would have to bush bash for about two km then cross a river (which is currently raging). The landscape is very gray and enclosed, no vistas to speak of. Lots of PUD’s. All in all, pretty meh.

first time I used this app and it was real handy. I tipped back down to the gorge on the loop track from the 4WD trail. I went anti clockwise. the second climb after the weir is a real ripper. it rained moderately all day so got pretty exposed along the rim . even still the views were spectacular. well worth it. 5 hours to complete as we didn't stop due to the rain.

hiking
muddy
off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

Was a hard trail. Took roughly 8 hours and after you reach the dam the track disappears. Also had to walk throttle river

hiking
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

A gorgeous walk along the river to start the trip. Keep a look out for the marker to start the ascent about 2km in. We missed it and had to backtrack. A very steep ascent. Once at the top, there was a very long stint downhill along a dirt road. Once at the weir, the crossing is a little confusing. You need to go down the stairs on the left side of the gorge, then take the river crossing over about 50m down the track, then look to your right for the marker almost adjacent to the weir that takes you directly up.And it continues up, and up, and up. When you finally reach the top, there is another very long stint along the top of the range for quite a few kms before the final link track 2 back down to the gorge. An extremely steep descent on different rock to the ascent. Take time to stop and take in the beautiful views across the range. Rated it 4 as the dirt tracks were a little boring. The natural formations were gorgeous. A great work out. Around 5 hours total walking time for us.

hiking
off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

Would not recommend took 8 hours to complete and track marked or visable after the diversion dam

Fantastic, but challenging walk with a few chilly water crossings. A bit confusing at the weir where to cross. 5.5 hours

Trail was slightly overgrown down by the river, but we like it like that! Walk was awesome, we did counter clockwise loop and enjoyed powering up the steep hill around 2/3 way through. No real clear lookout points but lovely scenery! Only saw 1 other person. Do this walk or else!

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off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

it is called goat's valley for a reason, its hard steep and ongoing, no clear path but very fun and has some great flat spots to look back down the gorge, make sure you have some good shoes and climbing skills, it gets wet, muddy and slippery easily

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rocky
scramble
2 months ago

Quite challenging, some quite tricky sections. About 5.5hr with stops along the way.

hiking
rocky
scramble
2 months ago

Mixture of hiking trail and unsealed road. Not the best marked trail if you are doing the full circuit and would have got lost if were not for this app. Depending on your fitness it’s a good way to spend 4.5-6.5 hours. The anti clockwise route is the harder way round

It’s a good hike, there is a bit of everything. Some of the tracks are narrow and overgrown, so keep an eye on where you’re going. The climb up Cowan’s track is pretty steep, and it will test your fitness levels. Take plenty of water as there was none available anywhere, and I recommend longer pants, the plants are spiky.

hiking
rocky
scramble
3 months ago

Went out 6th of April and found this to be a wonderful but very very difficult track. My partner who has a better fitness then me only slightly struggled but for myself i found it very tough. We went anti clockwise and ended with that steep 1km trail down to the car park with dead legs. Due to all the cut away slate it can be easy to slip but all in all the views make it worth it. Over all it took us 6 hours with a couple stops for lunch and to regroup. If you are not fit, do not do this walk as you will hate every minute of it.

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