The remoteness of the Gammon Ranges hides a spectacular beauty experienced by few.
Stone huts once populated by early pastoral and mining pioneers lie dormant among rugged peaks dotted with grass trees. These relics of residences are testament to the harsh life in this extraordinary landscape.
You'll visit Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary, walk parts of the iconic Heysen Trail, immerse yourself in the beauty of Wilpena Pound, climb hills named by Matthew Flinders and follow creeks through remarkable gorges.
A bushwalking classic, timeless in its beauty.