By now you’ve probably read about the mountains in South Australia.
We’ve covered them in detail in our guide to South Australia’s top destinations.
There’s nothing quite like a climb out on a clear day, taking in the magnificent landscape.
It’s the kind of thing that gets you up in the morning and off to the races on the weekend.
And while you’re there, don’t forget to stop off at a few of our favourite mountains to get a taste of the beauty that is the Western Suburbs.
This time of year, they’re so close to home that it’s all you can really do to keep yourself busy.
But if you want to enjoy them all, we’ve rounded up some of the best mountains in the state to try and take you to the edge of your seat.
This article will feature two of the country’s most popular mountain destinations, Mt Adams and Mt St Helens, both of which are located in the Western Territory.
And there’s no better way to experience them than with a group of friends.
Whether you’re just getting a taste for the state’s nature, or you’re trying to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life, you can’t go wrong with heading out on one of these epic mountain walks.
Read on for the best mountain walks in South Australian.
Mount Adams, Western Territory, Mount Adams A classic Australian outback rock climb in the Southern Territory, the Mount Adams has been climbing for over 100 years and boasts a variety of rock types.
With a variety on offer, the mountain is best enjoyed from dawn until dusk.
The first ascent of the day starts from a base camp, which you can either hike up or walk down.
The hike starts from the base camp in an easy scramble with some great views of the surrounding landscape.
Head out early and enjoy the sun, as you will have to complete some fairly technical scrambling around the basecamp.
The views are amazing.
The mountain is a fantastic choice for families, as it offers an incredible panoramic view of the South Australian mountains and the Great Barrier Reef.
The area is well known for its pristine waters, and if you’re up for a bit of bushwalking, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to find wildflowers along the way.
This is also the perfect spot to take in some of South Australia to experience the unique wildlife.
You’ll find deer, foxes, turtles, and other creatures in the wild.
At one time, this area was home to a large population of white rhinos.
They were killed by poachers who took them to markets.
If you’re looking for some great bushwalking opportunities, you might want to check out the South Gippsland Regional Park.
It features an array of walking trails, including the South Coast Trail, the Northern Gippsburg Trail and the South East Coast Trail.
Mt St Helen, Western Australia, Mt St Helena You’re probably aware of the famous mountain range, Mt Helen, from a trip to New Zealand.
You might have also read about it from a recent book by the same name.
If that wasn’t enough, you may have heard of the infamous Great Barrier Barrier Reef, the world’s largest underwater structure.
But despite its impressive size, Mt.
Helen isn’t just about the height.
There are other mountains that can be reached from this region as well.
The most famous is Mt St Hilary, which is the largest peak in the region, at 5.6km.
This means it is easily accessible for both long distance hikers and those who want to walk it in the summer.
There is also Mount Elgar, which rises about 400m above sea level.
While you’re in the Northern Territory, head over to the Kimberley region to visit the famous Kimberley Hills.
If your in the Kimber, you’re going to love this unique region of the Great Australian Bight.
The landscape of this region is very similar to that of the Kimber.
The high plains are dotted with large scrublands, and the river valleys are lined with large stands of red-and-white pines.
These stunning landscape features are not only unique to the Northern Bight, but are also home to the world famous Kimber-Agar Redwood.
The redwood is renowned for its beauty, but its not just for its spectacular beauty that makes it so special.
The beautiful redwood tree has a remarkable ability to absorb light and absorb sound.
This creates an amazing atmosphere for people to enjoy the beauty of the region.
And if you are a bit more adventurous, you could even find yourself wandering the hills of the Northern Kimber to see the spectacular Kimber-Earl Mountains.
It is a stunning place to discover the beauty and the wild life in this part of the world.
The Kimber-earl Mountains are home to some of Australia’s rarest animals, including endangered leopard, wolverine, kangaroo, and red-breasted deer