Walk the Larapinta Trail (3 day trek) June 2017
The Larapinta Trail in the Northern Territory is one of the finest walks in Australia. Walking the high ridgelines of the West MacDonnell Ranges you will gain a rare perspective of vast flood plains, the razorback rocky outcrops and sheer scale of this ancient land.
Larapinta Experience in Comfort
Create memories to last a lifetime as you cross the Red Centre’s wild and untamed landscapes on this highlights packed short walking tour . Over three days you will enjoy the perfect introduction to walking in the outback with a selection of day walks along the Larapinta Trail. Each evening you will stay at Nick’s Camp, a comfortable and stylish semi permanent wilderness campsites which come complete with hot showers, dining tent & raised individual beds. Winding along high exposed ridge lines and deep, sheltered gorges, this gentle introduction to desert walking will traverse one of the world’s most evocative and ancient landscapes. While you walk, your support vehicle transfers your luggage and camping gear to the next campsite leaving you only to carry a day pack while you hike.
|DAY 1||Telegraph Station to Charles Creek, Simpsons Gap, Standley Chasm Loop Walk (12km)|
|DAY 2||Serpentine Gorge to Counts Point and Serpentine Bush Camp (18km)|
|DAY 3||To Ochre Pits (7km) plus Ormiston Gorge return to Alice Springs where trip concludes|
Total Cost, $1,595 ex Alice Springs
($1,395 World Expeditions & $200 12-week training program, treks & assessment walk)
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Tuesday 5 -Thursday 7 June, 2017
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