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Great trail after some rain

hiking
3 days ago

Did this walk in November 2019 and half of the park was being renovated. It was pleasant but until the Reno is finished I would recommend waiting.

hiking
4 days ago

This is listed as dog friendly but part of the track takes you through the botanic gardens which do not allow dogs. We had to finish the walk by following the road the last few kms

A very nice, well-trodden trail with plenty of explanatory plaques early on that transitions to a eucalyptus forest walk along a river. Koalas are sleeping/eating high in eucalyptus trees. Many ducks and other waterfowl float in the river and live on the banks. Loads of other birds (blue wrens, cockatoos, blackbirds) follow you the whole way. A great walk for young kids!

Lots of long steep hills up and down. The track is about 80% management vehicle tracks. Not super exciting but a nice walk. I probably wouldn’t do it again in a hurry though.

hiking
muddy
rocky
12 days ago

Challenging hike clockwise with climb along Chute track. Not recommended for beginners or anyone that lacks fitness. Prepare to have sore calves the following days. Amazing views from the top makes the tough climb well worth it.

Amazing track! It was overcast and sprinkled a bit, and it was still one of the best walks we’ve done. A good amount of stairs, so be mindful of that!

Really enjoyed this Trail, however I did venture off it to escape the heat 38 degrees, to cool off at Trigg Beach. Some good, reasonably steep hills, but as most of the trail is sealed... it’s not too difficult

Quite easy walk. Great view over lake when arrive.

running
17 days ago

Only negative is not enough directional signs otherwise a very picturesque and scalable track.

Great shady trail through some beautiful bush. I'll definitely do it again

hiking
20 days ago

Brilliant walk with stunning views across the Swan River.

hiking
20 days ago

Brilliant. Highly recommended

hiking
21 days ago

Camels hump was an amazing lookout; the lake a bit dissapointing. It's a nice and cruisy track with a few hills, not too steep. There's no parking at the start however there is space on the side of the road for cars

easy hike. some parts have quite dense forestry and a lot of fallen trees. beautiful scenery with a lot of lizards and if your lucky you can see quite a few yabbies around waterfall and creeks. poor signage though and be careful of slippery foilage on rock steps.

hiking
off trail
23 days ago

It was a great trail. Would definitely go again.

hiking
blowdown
muddy
rocky
23 days ago

this is a fantastic walk/ hike , esp for fit people as there are lots of stairs ! please watch out for baby dragons and lizards ! fantastic

Great hike, took us 2hrs 40mins to complete. We decided to do it clockwise which really got the heart pumping!! Only passed a few people along the way which was good. Great views from the top.

What's with the "Private Property" sign beside the trail that passes between the water and the house's backyard about 2km into the walk where it branches off when coming from the main parking area. One track leads to the footpath by the road, the other by the water seems to be through private property. Is that a driveway or part of the track? just wondering if the homeowners are just being assholes trying to stop people using the track or if that is actually private property.

mountain biking
bridge out
25 days ago

Amazing trail with lots of off-trail possibilities. One closed bridge, need to go into the gully to get around it.

hiking
29 days ago

Nice walk, not much water in the river being summer as mentioned before. Chose a cool morning and started at 5.30. Saw a few groups of kangaroos. Steep inclines, not great on the knees but still a nice walk through the bush with some nice views.

such a beautidul walk and the locals were lovely.

First few km nice, than boring. Good for biking with dog or roller skates - asphalt bike tracks all the way. No off leash. Watch for snakes in summer.

my wife and I love this track. from the Carpark to the brown loop and back is ~8km . people you meet are friendly and dogs on the leash at all times. you my encounter horse back riders and Mtn bike riders.

hiking
washed out
1 month ago

no shade
off trail
1 month ago

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