Within the Mount Hope Nature Conservation Reserve a series of granite outcrops off fantastic hiking, rock climbing and bouldering opportunities.
The Mount Hope Nature Conservation reserve is about 10 kilometres north east of Pyramid Hill on Leitchville – Pyramid road. It consists of seven small granite hills. The largest, at the northern end, is named Suicide Rock.
Those who climb to the top of any of the boulders at Mt Hope are rewarded by an unforgettable panorama of pastoral and agricultural land with views towards nearby Kow Swamp.
There is a picnic area at the northern end of the Mount.
|Mount Hope Nature Conservation Reserve, Pyramid Hill Victoria 3575|
|03 5494 3489|
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