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Ororo Munroe
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Hiking

Do. Not. Climb! Do not do it. It’s not a matter of just respecting the wishes of the Aboriginal people that own this land (yes, they own it under an agreement with the Commonwealth of Australia, look it up) but also about respecting the lore and law of Aboriginal people. Don’t climb it, don’t be an entitled, self righteous, indignant twat. Just don’t do it.

Douglas Waldman
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Hiking

Hot, but fun.

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Peter Hallin
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Nice easy, slightly rocky walk in, fair climb at the start. BEAUTIFUL pool to swim in at the end.

Peter Hallin
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HikingRocky

I have completed the full tabletop track Circuit once and completed sections of the tabletop track many times. One of my favourite walks to do in the Territory due to the fact that most of the time you will not see another person whilst walking. It can be a bit barren and bleak if you don't take the time to stop and really look there is a lot of life there if you slow down and take it in. Some beautiful swimming holes and little spring-fed waterfalls along the way though definitely make it worth while. Excellent vistas along the edge of the plateau.

Peter Hallin
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fantastic trail to walk, can't recommend it highly enough. beautiful swimming at the end of each days walk.

John Lesnik
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Mate, if you submit to the cultural wishes of the local people... You will never get to explore anything worthwhile in life. Get out and be brave to go where others don't want you to enjoy, just don't leave damage or trash.

Patrick Coffey
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Rod Van Leeuwen
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Rod Van Leeuwen
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BackpackingRocky

awesome track fairly easy some rock climbing need to be fit and carry water

Josie Edmonds
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Fantastic walk, a few steep climbs up, down and around rocks. This is a must do if you are in the national park. Sign says 4 hours, it only took us 2 hours. Do take plenty of water though! There is a refill station on the track as well as the car park, so you can top up. Enjoy!

Josie Edmonds
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Hiking

Absolutely amazing! Uluru is much higher than you can expect, once you are there it’s just incredible. If you wish to climb it I strongly suggest you do so! It’s a hard climb, quite steep but there is a chain for most the way up. Once the chain has stopped it’s a bit up hill and you will be climbing up and down to get right over to the very top. This took us around 3 hours up and back, it was busy so we couldn’t move to fast. A backpack is a must with water and snacks if you wish. I climbed in January one early morning as the climb shuts at 8am in Dec, Jan and Feb, I drank around 1.5L, so take a big bottle! If you are afraid of heights as I am, don’t be scared, as I can assure you it is so worth it! Just keep focused on where you are stepping and keep on going! Grippy runners are a must, or you will spend half your climb slipping. The climb is due to close permanently on October 26 2019!! So get up there, you will never see anything else like it!

Joël Kalpram
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Walking

Amazing, loved every bit of it.

franck saf
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Hiking

beautiful point of view of the waterfall and the infinity of the forest ...

franck saf
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Hiking

After 30 mn of walk take a bath in a beatiful fall ! there are differents trails in this area

franck saf
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Hiking

wild and quiet ... Nothern Territory !

Emily Nielson
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Hiking

Amazing 16 days hiking solo end to end on the Larapinta in May/June 2018. This was longer than needed and ended up having a rest day. Lovely to be able to take my time. Worth getting up early to summit Mt Sonder to watch the sunrise on the last day to end the trip. Also worth camping at Brinkley Bluff or Mt Sonder lookout for amazing sunrises and sunsets. Counts lookout amazing and worth the small side trip. Distances are slightly longer than indicated in a lot of the sections due to track upgrades.

Richard Hoskings
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Running

Truly amazing. 4 days back to back of “running” half marathon each day. An event organised Rapid Ascent (August 2018). All we had to do was run (and take lots of photos), they did the rest. Absolutely stunningly beautiful ancient country.

franck saf
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Hiking

rock art & wonderful point of vue !

franck saf
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Hiking

wild & quiet ... wonderful !

Dani Wills
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Amazing!

Oliver Descoeudres
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Hiking

I’m glad I managed to do this walk. But I wouldn’t do it again… The Tabletop Track is a “classic” Northern Territory walk that’s been on my to Do List for a while, promising idyllic creeks and waterfalls surrounded by rainforest. The reality is that those moments where I stop for a break or a refreshing swim, or walk along a crystal clear creek, are hard-earned by walking through a very arid and often bleak landscape which is often burnt out by recent fires. https://hikingtheworld.blog/2018/07/15/tabletop-track-litchfield-national-park/

Shelley R.
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Walking

Loved every second of this walk. I wasn't expecting it to be so magical.

Katie Neuhold
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Awesome trail, beautiful scenery, lovely swimming holes.

hanginwithnoelsy K
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Walking

Tough location to get to but well worth the travel .. iconic Australian.

Ken Hugesse
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cold morning 3C - one of the most fascinating walks we have done very easy by mountain hiking standards

Coco Hosking
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we didn't do the howl hike but we did 7 days and it was amazing hot in the day but freezing at night we went Stanley chasam to Ellery creek sooo so so good so fun grate school trip

Andrew Danto
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Great at sunrise

Andrew Danto
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This trail will be closing soon. I did not climb due to cultural wishes of the local people.

Andrew Danto
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Mountain biking

A bucket list hike

Andrew Danto
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Hiking

Made it to the first lookout with kids

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