Clematis Falls Loop Walk

1 h 30 min to 2 h 30 min

5 km

↑ 197 m
↓ -197 m

Hard track
Starting near the car park on School Road, Halls Gap, Grampians National Park, this walk loops around Chautauqua Peak, past Clematis Falls and back. This pleasant walk on a wide, well-maintained track takes you uphill through the bush, up to the scenic Clematis Falls. The sun radiates into the little valley and lights up the surrounding rocks with beautiful shades of red and orange. There is a rocky section leading to the base of the falls, which requires some easy scrambling. The climb isn't overly steep, and people of various fitness levels and children should be able to complete this walk. The best time to see the waterfall is after some rain, or during the winter months. In spring, there is a variety of wildflowers to be seen. Keep a lookout for native wildlife such as kangaroos, emus, mountain goats and kookaburras. 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.
Map Notes Terrain Reviews Conditions More
Downloads GPX PDF

Some of the information and maps on this page was generated using data from the awesome © OpenStreetMap contributors.
Please see how you can embed some widgets, access data and other stuff to that might be helpful.