Smokers Trail Short

5 h to 8 h

16.2 km

↑ 525 m
↓ -525 m

Hard track
Starting from Corin Road, Paddys River, this walk takes you into the woodland of Namadgi National Park via Smokers Trail and comes back. Walk along the valleys and hills of the park as you disconnect from modern life more and more as you go deeper. Providing you with spectacular views along the way, this walk requires a decent amount of fitness as some parts of the trail are pretty steep. Hiking through the Black Sallee flats and the Alpine Ash forest, you’re likely to run into eastern grey kangaroos, echidnas, pygmy possums along with various reptile species. Don’t forget to leave your furry friend at home, as domestic pets are not allowed in the park. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
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