The Adelaide100 is a 100km circuit walk that traverses the city and the suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia.
It can be started from any point along the circuit, and spans from the beautiful coastline, through the CBD and suburbs, and into the Adelaide Hills. The circuit utilises existing trails, accommodation, and services.
The trail is 25% complete and plans are for it to be fully opened by 2021.
However, you can experience a portion of the Adelaide100 in October by joining WalkingSA for a 7km showcase walk.
The 7km showcase walk starts from Pinky Flat, following the linear trail along the beautiful River Torrens / Karrawirra Parri. Walking upstream past Adelaide Oval before crossing the river at Hackney Bridge and returning past the zoo and Elder Park.
Passing the Festival Centre and Convention Centre, the walk continues under Montefiore Road, crossing the river over the weir before returning to Pinky Flat.
Sunday 11 October 2020 @ 10am. Pinky Flat, Adelaide
Register at walkingsa.org.au/event/adelaide100-trail-launch
Diversity of terrain - The Adelaide100 features:
- The coast, following Adelaide’s beautiful beaches
- The River Torrens, following the peaceful green of linear park
- The Adelaide Hills, following a variety of unique bush trails with majestic views over the city and coast
- The metropolitan suburbs including parks and linear reserves through the foothills