The Corn Trail Walk

The Corn Trail Walk
Monga National Park, Batemans Bay

The Corn Trail follows the route used by the pack horse teams of early settlers in the 1830s as they traded produce, mainly corn grown in the fertile valley, with their neighbours on the southern tablelands. The trail crosses high mountain ridges and deep rainforest valleys. Some parts of the track are very steep and most people follow the trail downhill. Car parks at either end enable car shuffling. Access from the top: From Batemans Bay, follow the Kings Highway for 40 kilometres and turn left into River Forest Road to the Dasyurus Picnic Area. Access from the bottom: From Batemans Bay, follow the Kings Highway for 29.5 kilometres and turn left into Misty Mountain Road, then right onto No Name Road (last section is 4WD only) Length: 15 kilometres one way. Time: Five to six hours downhill. Grade: Moderate to difficult.

t: 1800 802 528
m: 4472 6900


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  • The Corn Trail Walk
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