Rook Walk/Pepperpot Trail

Walking Trail Facts
1.7 km circuit
1 hour
Suitable for
Walking, Hiking
Limestone Coast
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Travel options
  1. Bus
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Travel time from Adelaide
2+ hours
Rook Walk/Pepperpot Trail

About the Walking Trail

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Experience a shorter walk than the Mountain Trail on this 1.7 km walk around the Leg of Mutton Lake, experiencing views over the Valley Lake and Blue Lake.

Start the 1.7 kilometre walk at the carpark near the tunnel under the road (or start at the Leg of Mutton Lookout carpark). Up the steps to the stone “rest house” then continue up the steps behind the Rook Walk, past the surge tank and The Stephen Henty Lookout on to the Hoo Hoo Lookout. Follow the markers past the carpark, around the eastern side of the ground tank and down the hill towards Keegan Drive. Walking parallel to Keegan Drive, cross the lawns to meet the road at the water tower then follow the direction markers through the park, down onto the track to the lowest point of The Saddle. Continue along the top of The Saddle to Mark’s Lookout, The Leg of Mutton Lookout, and returning back to the start.


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