The MacDonnell Ranges of the Northern Territory are a 400-mile-long mountain range located in the center part of Australia. They consist of parallel ridges running to the east and west of Alice Springs. The range is composed of red sandstone peaks and gorges and includes such famous sites as Ochre Pits, Simpsons Gap, Redbank Gorge, Standley Chasm, and the Larapinta Trail, a long distance walking trail that runs through West MacDonnell National Park.
Journeys trips that include the MacDonnell Ranges:
Information based on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_MacDonnell_Ranges