Submitted by: Neil Fahey
From: The Bushwalking Blog
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If you’ve researched a trip to the Grampians you’ve no doubt seen pictures of The Pinnacle Lookout. Its spectacular rocky ledges jut out over Halls Gap, creating one of the region’s most iconic tourist attractions.
Unlike other lookouts in the Grampians – think Boroka Lookout or Reed Lookout – the only way to get to The Pinnacle is on foot. This serves to make those views over Halls Gap, Lake Bellfield and the surrounding mountain ranges all the more rewarding.
There are three routes to get to The Pinnacle – from Sundial Carpark, Wonderland Carpark, or Halls Gap township. Each of these requires a differing level of fitness and agility.
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