56km runners start and finish at Cape Schanck.
28km Runners start at Dromana and finish at Cape
Situated on the Mornington Peninsula. The Two Bays Trail goes from Dromana, on Port Phillip Bay, to Bushrangers Bay and on to Cape Schanck.
First proposed by Stefanie Rennick in 1984 as part of the Victorian 150th anniversary celebrations, the 28km Trail traverses a diverse range of landscapes for which the Mornington Peninsula is famous.
The steep rise from sea level up to Arthurs Seat (elevation 1,000ft) provides 310 degrees of breathtaking views across the bay to Melbourne. The trail is well marked by a blue wren bird symbol on all signs. The middle of the track passes through mostly undulating national park and forest.
The section on the Bass Strait side
reveals Bushrangers Bay, which is arguably more
beautiful than the 12 apostles area of the Great Ocean
28km course GPS links.
(Thanks Paul Day.) If you don't
do tech, ask your grandkids for help, or scroll down
to the videos, maps and directions.
is the 56km course. The 28km course is the second half
of the 56km course. Thanks to Steve
from fstop5 sports photography for putting this
Download the Trail map in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format courtesy of Parks Victoria.
Navigating the Trail for the 28km to Cape Schanck