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Kelly Westlake reviewed Redgate Beach to Conto Campground
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Hiking

Sand was very soft so was quite a hard day hiking.

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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarSeptember 27, 2020
Hiking

a few snakes - watch out! a lovely coastal walk with great views

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Adam Mroz reviewed Cape to Cape Track
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Stunning. Beautiful coastline, cliff tops and forest. For the second time in five years we did it as 6 day hikes, driving in and out each day.

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Hiking
First to Review

nice easy walk in 4 hrs. pleasant Forrest

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Hiking

Nice peaceful walk

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Hiking

Lovely rainy day

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Robert Frost reviewed Heritage Rail Trail
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Mountain biking
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Drew Houghton reviewed King Jarrah Circuit
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Hiking

Beautiful wildflowers this time of year. Well marked track. Steep climb at the start (going clockwise) but well worth it. I’d say wildflower season is the time to do it.

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Katy Stewart reviewed Cape to Cape Track
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Hiking

Saw a big snake on 15 sept 2020. A bit overgrown!!!! Needs maintenance

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David Stewart reviewed Heritage Rail Trail
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Mountain bikingGreat!
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Natalie Smith reviewed King Jarrah Circuit
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the most of the track was on 4x4 tracks. You can hear the river most part, but you dont get to see alot of it, but that part is an easy walk. The section up to the king jarrah from the camp grounds and down to the 4x4 track is a single trail and more challenging, i really enjoyed that part of the trail

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Lee Gimblett reviewed King Jarrah Circuit
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Patrick Scallan reviewed Bibbulmun Track Full Route
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HikingGreat!
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Rosie Johnstone reviewed Bibbulmun Track Full Route
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Hiking

Flat, nice

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Bevelene Lyonette reviewed King Jarrah Circuit
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Bec Goldstein reviewed King Jarrah Circuit
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anita britza reviewed Collie Darkan Rail Trail
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Horseback riding
First to Review

camped at darkan with horses and rode to boweling. beautiful well maintained track with some gorgeous sturdy bridges. highly recommended it.

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Christophe Pasquier reviewed Pilgrim Trail (Camino Salvado)
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HikingGreat!
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Hiking

Great for the family, my kids are aged 7-12. Bit of an incline on the way back but not too hard.

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Rosie Johnstone reviewed Bibbulmun Track Full Route
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After mount Cooke we lost the path on the decent

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Peter Johnstone reviewed Dales Gorge Loop
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Hiking

Winter, mid morning, no wind, clear blue skies, temperature in high 20’s C. This walk encompassed all of the Dales Recreation Area trails with the exception of Circular Pool - that was closed due to a rock fall. Commenced at the Carpark and it was an easy walk on a clearly defined, crushed rock path to the Fortescue Falls viewing area - a suspended lookout over the Dales Gorge. From there it was a short walk to the top of a 280 step iron, handrailed stairway down into the gorge that terminated at the top of Fortescue Falls. A trail off to the right for about 300m finished at Fern Pool. The trail was a little muddy and required some minor rock hopping. Fern Pool also boasts a small waterfall, is very picturesque and very popular for swimming. Returning back along the trail to the base of the stairway into the gorge is the trail head for the Dales Gorge trail. The trail goes down the gorge, is well marked and requires minor rock hopping and water crossings. The water crossings were possible without getting wet feet due to the presence of well placed stepping stones. The first half of the trail within the gorge is the most lush and the most scenic, with the dark red rock, making up the sides of the gorge, giving magnificent contrast. Exiting the gorge is done by climbing, almost vertically, up several hundred rock steps and a short iron ladder section. Once on top of the rim, a short 50m walk to the right, takes you to the Three Ways Lookout - so called because it overlooks a three way gorge junction. At this point, turn around and follow a clearly defined, crushed rock trail along the gorge rim back to the Fortescue Falls lookout and the Carpark. The trail can obviously be completed in a clockwise or anticlockwise direction. The advantage of going anticlockwise is that climbing out of the gorge on the stone steps at the Circular Pool end is, in my opinion, easier than descending using them. Going clockwise has the advantage of being able to swim in Fern Pool towards the end of the hike. It is also worth noting that the gorge rim section of the trail is in the open sun and not well shaded, while the section in the gorge itself is cool and well shaded for the most part. A varied and interesting hike with a lot to see and experience.

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Shane Vaughan reviewed Bibbulmun Track Full Route
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Hiking

Tricky keep an eye on the app. Good fun.

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