The Aldgate Valley Nature Walk, also known as the Valley of the Bandicoots nature walk, is a walking trail that connects Aldgate and Mylor. The two hour or six kilometre walk is centred within the 'Green Web' a region of high biodiversity within Mylor, Aldgate, Bridgewater and Stirling townships. The bushland along the trail provides habitat to dozens of different species of native animals. This is a two stage walking path:
Stage 1 — Between Aldgate & Aldgate Valley Reserve. Open to walkers, cyclists and dogs on leash (footpaths, gravel roads and wide tracks).
Stage 2 — Between Aldgate Valley Reserve and Mylor. Strictly for walkers only — cyclists and dogs prohibited (narrow path through sensitive bushland, rocky and steep in places).
The trail was funded through a State Government NRM Community Grant, which financed the production of interpretive signage, with support from Adelaide Hills Council.