The Flinders Ranges is a truly spectacular area, with rugged gorges, valleys and mountains. Is it on your bucket list? well it should be! This magnificent area has been uplifted and eroded over millions of years and is a hiker, adventurers, and explorers delight. Come explore and unwind with us, let us guide and support you with an encouraging group of like-minded people and be amazed at the awe-inspiring scenery.
Over four days you will discover hidden walks, gaze at sunrises and enjoy a glass of wine while re-capping the adventures and highlights of your day. We will provide and prepare all your healthy snacks, lunches and dinners, allowing you time to unwind. Our chauffeured bus will pick you up and return you to Adelaide airport, and you will stay in a secluded and quiet accommodation. Don’t miss this opportunity to be guided through this area in comfort and safety.
This tour is limited and will book out so be quick to secure your spot.
We are passionate about taking you off the beaten track, creating positive experiences and memories that will last a lifetime.
We are committed to ensuring that our day trips, weekends or tours are unique, attainable, well researched, affordable and tailored for the enjoyment of small groups. Our adventures cater for people from many walks of life, age groups and motivations. We aim to give you the very best of what nature and the outdoors has to offer, leaving you with a smile from ear to ear and a sense of accomplishment.
A comprehensive gear list is provided to participants prior to the trip.
9am pick up from Adelaide Airport. Drive to the spectacular Alligator Gorge where we get the legs moving on a short walk before making our way to Rawnsley Park.
A double peak day! We head into Wilpena Pound to do our first walk to Mt Ohlssen Bagge, followed by a look around the Pound. We head back to our accommodation for some recovery time before heading off for a late afternoon to walk up Rawnsley Bluff.
A pre-dawn start for our 10 hour walk to St Mary’s Peak. You can choose to climb to the saddle, and those with the legs can continue up to the peak. Back to accommodation for a swim and the last night dinner and a chat around the fire.
Pack up and head back towards Adelaide visiting Point Germain Pier, and having lunch beside the longest pier in the southern hemisphere, then continuing to Adelaide in time for your flight home.ip.