Designed to bring you the highlights of the many trails traversing this spectacular region, The Clare Valley Short Walks offer something for any and every walker!
From an easy stroll to the more serious slog, walkers will be able to choose from six different walks highlighting views, terrains and sites within the Clare Valley.
The six ‘Short Walks’, ranging from one to four hours, utilise the existing paths of the Heysen, Lavender Federation, Rattler and Riesling trails, Spring Gully Conservation Park and Neagle’s Rock, to provide visitors with a range of options to enjoy.
Walkers will find signs detailing maps, estimated walking times and other useful information at the beginning of each walk, with a QR Code to take you to the regional website for more details.
Mayor Wayne Thomas said the Clare & Gilbert Valleys Council was pleased to offer visitors to the region another reason to stay a day or two longer.
“The range of walks will give visitors and locals alike another opportunity to be out and about in our landscape, discovering the beauty of the Clare Valley,” says Thomas.
“This initiative will suit all range of walkers from the strollers to committed hikers, and at the end of each walk there is an awe-inspiring end destination.”
The Short Walks are an initiative of the Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council with support from Regional Development Australia, Clare Valley Wine, Food and Tourism Centre and Primary Industries and Regions SA.
Pack a picnic and take the short adventurous climb to the Neagle’s Rock lookout point and take in the magnificent views of the Clare Valley.
The Short Walks will be officially opened by completing the walk to Neagle’s Rock, Clare, on Friday 23 April 2021.
Find the Clare Valley Short Walks on the Clare Valley tourism website.