[Scenery] McDonnell Ranges This is actually only suitable for experienced hikers. You need to understand the terrain.
[Value for money] The walk is long and difficult. If you are not sure, maybe do a small part.
DescriptionThe MacDonnell Ranges, a mountain range and an interim Australian bioregion, is located in the Northern Territory and has an area of 3,929,444 hectares. The range is a 644 km long series of mountains in central Australia, consisting of parallel ridges running to the east and west of Alice Springs
The inland of Australia is a red soil. The McDonald Mountains bulge in this red soil. There are ravines, canyons, and caves everywhere. It is very suitable for outdoor enthusiasts to explore on foot. The weathered stones are exposed outside. See wild animals.
The McDonnell Mountains are located about an hour’s drive west of Alice Springs. The surrounding area is almost a no-man’s land. The natural environment is relatively harsh, and you can only drive here. Take care to bring enough water when you travel.
Visiting the Northern Territory of Australia is mainly to see national parks, wild deserts, large rocks and spectacular canyons and mountains. The MacDonnell Range extends from Alice Springs to the east and west for hundreds of kilometers, and the scenery is spectacular.