Inman Valley to Myponga
Registrations open Monday 30 September, 2019
Inman Valley to Myponga
A very undulating walk. Majestic gums line roadsides leading to testing climb up Sugarloaf Hill where walkers are rewarded with spectacular rural views. The trail then leads into Myponga Conservation Park for more views and some more testing undulations. Pretty farmland and quiet country roads complete this section.There is a 2km walk to the cars after leaving the trail on Yulte Road. As this is our final official Heysen walk for 2019 you have the option to check the box for a meal and join the leaders for a light meal at the Similing Samoyed Brewery after the walk
Sunday 13 October, 2019
Map & GPS Files
Southern Guidebook, chapter 2 map 3.
chapter 2 map 4.
Meeting location details will be provided after you have registered for this walk.
(under 18 years of age AUD $1)
Golden Boots cards
Pizza at the Smiling Samoyed ( Drinks to be purchased separately as required)
8:00am Bus Departure (Arrive 20 Minutes Prior)
17 km + 2 km walkout
Myponga oval toilets are usually locked, but there are public toilets on Main South Rd near CFS
Appropriate hiking footwear and clothing, 2 litres of water, morning tea and lunch, personal first aid, hat and sun screen.
Nearby Campsites and Accommodation Options
This list is generic and is derived from the
Walk Selector for this walk section. Your walk leader may be suggesting a different or specific town or accommodation option to be based at.
In This Section
On or within 2km of this Heysen Trail section. Heysen’s Rest Bed & Breakfast Mt Compass Caravan Park Mt Cone Tank (Water Location Only) Corinium Roman Villa Pear Tree Hollow
Beyond this Heysen Trail section. Finniss Conservation Park Woodcutters Cottage (formerly Old Kuitpo Youth Hostel) Newland Hill Camp Site Victor Harbor Inman Valley Mt Compass Compass Country Cabins Forest Gate Cottages Robinson Hill campsite
Event created: 6:20pm Monday 8 October, 2018 Event last edited: 7:52pm Sunday 28 July, 2019
The Friends of the Heysen Trail is the primary partner in maintaining the Heysen Trail. A regular walking program occurs year-wide, with different grades of walks catering for beginners to experienced walkers.
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South Australia’s 1,200km
Heysen Trail extends from Cape Jervis, on the Fleurieu Peninsula, to Parachilna Gorge, in the Flinders Ranges, traversing coastal areas, native bushland, rugged gorges, pine forests, vineyards, rich farmland and historic towns, catering for both the serious backpacker hiking the entire trail and for walkers doing day walks along shorter sections. More about the Heysen Trail.