The Mount Difficult Range in the Grampians is located between the scenic township of Halls Gap and Roses Gap, also housing the popular Wartook Reservoir. Known for its high terrain with unusual rock formations and cliffs, Mount Difficult offers a number of hiking and excellent rock-climbing opportunity for visitors.
Mount Difficult boasts very high and overhanging cliffs; therefore rock climbing on this mountain is very challenging for all skill levels.
Mount Difficult, Walk & Hike Map, Grampians Victoria
Mount Difficult also boasts some more moderate walks for visitors. Whether you are a nature walk lover or a mountain walk enthusiast, you will certainly find something that suits your interests. Many day-trippers come here on a driving tour to explore the area’s scenic attractions and picturesque rugged landscape.
Picnic sites are also available at the Mount Difficult and visitors with families often bring a picnic so that they can relax as one of the many picturesque picnic grounds.
A number of local tour operators offer scenic tours, hiking tours and sightseeing tours exclusively for tourists. Even if you have children or toddlers in your group, you can plan for a sightseeing tour appropriate for the whole family in order to explore the spectacular scenery of this region.
Whilst in the Grampians, visit the nearby MacKenzie Falls with your friends and family. The site boasts a serene setting with many amenities, such as a car park, nearby toilets and drinking water. Visitors can take one of the walking tracks and watch the wildlife as they walk down to the rock pools at the base of the MacKenzie Falls.