Walking tracks take you to three of the main peaks – Mount Roland, Mount Vandyke and Mount Claude. These can be chosen depending on your experience and what level of a challenge you are seeking.
Whichever walking track you choose, you won't be disappointed. From the trickling creeks, towering trees, flowering heath, intricate geological formations and musical birdlife, there is something here for everyone. To top it off there are views that are breathtaking - ranging from out to the Bass Strait in the north, down to Cradle Mountain in the south.
The tallest peak in the range, you'll gain almost 1000m in elevation over this walk up Mount Roland, but every step is worth it.
Mount Claude Lookout
If you are looking for a shorter, but steadily uphill walk, that offers views across the countryside, then look no further than the Mount Claude Lookout.
A slightly more technical walk for those who are seeking more of a challenge, Mount Vandyke takes in some boulder scrambling.
O'Neills Creek Nature Trail
Wander amongst the trees and ferns along O'Neills Creek Nature Trail. Slow down, listen to the sounds of nature and relax on this short forest walk.