The Grampians is a mountain area/national park in Victoria, Australia. I visited the national park during a tour along the Great Ocean Road. We hiked for a few hours and about halfway we stopped for a lunch break where we had this amazing view! In the bottom right of the photo you can see some buildings, just to give you an idea of how high up we were! Awesome! It’s so beautiful there and I would go back without hesitation.
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Wonderful rocks! … and what a view! The tiny buildings really do show the scale and height of the mountain 🙂
I know right?! I wish we had more time. Surreal to be so high up and enjoy that view while appreciating the scale of it. Wonderful!
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