- 20.4 km one way
- 5-6 hours per stage
- Suitable for
- Hiking, Cycling
- Clare Valley
- Download maps & GPS files
- 2 GPS files
- 1 website link
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- Travel options
- Travel time from Adelaide
- 1-2 hours
About the Walking Trail
The Clare Valley Wine & Wilderness Trail showcases Clare Valley’s natural beauty & premium food and wine products.
The trail will be a 100km loop of hiking and cycling trails. The trail will travel on a network of backroads, road reserves & private property. Where possible the hiking trail follows cross country trail routes, where as the cycling route sticks to roads. From our calculations, about 36% of the route for walkers is trails, and 63% country dirt roads. Walkers would take 5 days to complete the entire route, cyclists between 2 & 5 days.
Once complete, the trail will pass 24 cellar doors and numerous restaurants and cafes.
Stage 1 of the trail was opened in April 2021. Stage 2 of the trail was opened in October 2021. Stage 6 of the trail was opened in May 2022. The overall trail will be 110km long loop trail consisting of 5 stages, each approx 20km in length.
- (On this page) Stage 1: Clare (Clare Valley Wine, Food & Tourism Centre) to Armagh Walk (Jim Barry Wines), 5-6 hours 20.4km – opened in April 2021. The end of Stage 6 connects with the start of Stage 1.
- Stage 2: Armagh (Jim Barry Wines) to Spring Gully Walk (Jeanneret Wines Cellar Door), 5-6 hours 17.4km – opened in October 2021. View Stage 2 details.
- Stage 3: under development
- Stage 4: under development
- Stage 5: under development
- Stage 6: Polish Hill River (Paulett Wines) to Clare (Clare Valley Wine, Food & Tourism Centre), 5 hours 14km – opened in May 2022. The end of Stage 6 connects with the start of Stage 1. View Stage 6 details.
The trail is through farmland and vineyards on unmaintained trails and along quieter dirt country roads. Trail markers and arrows show the way. There are multiple large hills to climb and descend. Fence stiles have been installed to aid crossing farm fences. Natural hazards common to many hiking trails are present.
Find out more about the trail and view maps at cvwwt.com.au.