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hiking
1 day ago

Went directly up to Corang Peak (didn't do the loop and stayed on the obvious track) from Wog Wog campground. Took about 2 and half hours up and same to get back to the campground. Pretty easy walk in my opinion and has amazing views!

great walk, well marked, a few very small sections you have to duck under trees/ bush bit was all part of the fun. Has a few hills to get your heartrate up. About halfway through there are some good views of the lake and also saw various birds if your into birdwatching.

this is a lovely walk . it can be modified to a zig zag walk . it is very much traffic but very pretty. there is a peak to climb.

hiking
1 day ago

Not sign posted but easy to follow. Keep in mind entry is a dirt road

hiking
off trail
rocky
1 day ago

Great trail, minor inclines and descents.

We love walking in the Arboretum, especially between March and July. Today along Gingko Track we saw a beautiful male Lyrebird, tail on full display, singing all the bird calls of the area to us. It was a truly magical sight (and sound) to behold. We also saw two lovely Wallabies.

Fantastic short walk for the whole family.

A perfect winter day for this walk! The trail head was a little hard to find. Park in Erskine Ave then head across the river to the caravan park. Go straight through the caravan park until you come to a park that signifies the start of the walk. There is no signage outside the caravan park. It's an absolutely gorgeous walk through rainforest and along the Erskine River for the entire time. There are gentle undulations along the way with a little bit of rock hopping. A total of 4 river crossings add a little adventure. Skilful rock hoppers may get across in June without getting your feet wet, but not us. Hiking poles were helpful. The fading light meant that we turned around before getting all the way to Erskine Falls

This is a great little gem surrounded by suburban development. Expect to walk across creek crossings, along cliff lines, under rock overhangs, and amongst large spotted gums, rainforest species and fern gullies.

hiking
1 day ago

Can get quite muddy and rugged along the track if it’s wet. The hike is a sheltered climb to a beautiful waterfall at the top. Stunning views and a spectacular drop from the falls into the gorge. A nice reward at the top. Places to swim further back from the edge. Looks too dangerous to go in right by the falls!

hiking
1 day ago

This is a great walk that is not difficult- only the distance and the return uphill might detract from the experience for those who are unfit and/or looking for something very easy. I’ve done this about 6 times and it is definitely better after rain to have more water over the numerous falls. This does make the small creek crossings a little more challenging however. Sometimes muddy but always pretty. It is actually about 17 km. There is a short 5km alternative.

hiking
1 day ago

Did the Coomera Track today ... WOW ... stunningly gorgeous views of the falls and there are heaps ... the app says this is 17.4k But its more like 20k. I would rate it as moderate... nothing particularly hard but for the last 2k and only coz I had done 25k on the beach the day before... go for the exercise but you will return for the views. ...

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

The general consensus is to do this walk anti - clockwise - which is what I did but not having done it as sign posted I cannot really compare. Nevertheless a very enjoyable walk. Lots of nice waterfalls. The track is easy to follow generally as it goes down the Toolona creek. Care required on the many creek crossings as the rocks are very slippery. Some parts are muddy. I would recommend waterproof hiking boots but if you don’t mind them getting wet and muddy - you could wear sneakers or running shoes. The border track part is comparatively boring so good to get this done first.

hiking
muddy
rocky
1 day ago

Great views after a rainy day, but very muddy as expected. Arrived at 930am, with one other car. Trail can get busy in the afternoon. Lots of picturesque photos. We took our two dogs, be careful of leeches, would recommend bringing them a jacket and checking them (and your car) before putting them into the car and again at home.

Best to go at off peak times, either early morning or near sunset to avoid lots of tourist. Very serene inside the cave. Very quick stop, approx 30-45 minutes to enjoy. A bit disappointed at people smoking along the walk, please read signs.

hiking
1 day ago

Stunning hike! Would recommend going early before the crowd comes (either for the trail/bbq areas). Waterfall and creek views were amazing. Slight steep walk from bottom of Purlingbrook Falls back to carpark, bring a water bottle.

Leisurely walk on this trail with different climates. Great for all fitness levels with stunning ocean/city views. Be sure to walk down on to Echo Beach for some white want and clear waters during low tide. Parking and the trail can get very busy during peak times.

hiking
1 day ago

Great walk. Plenty of variety in the terrain. A few challenging climbs which I love. Not over keen with the section along Wellington Rd. Prefer not to hear traffic when I’m hiking. But otherwise really enjoyable. Unfortunately the fog never lifted on the day I chose so no sun for warmth (it was around 6 degrees), and so the views were hindered. A clear day would be brilliant.

Did this with 4 kids ageing from 9-15. The 9 year old using it as training for an upcoming walk so had a pack on. Even though it was steep in bits it was a nice short walk. Wet weather I think you would have to be careful as some bits are slippery/clay

Would have given it a 4.5 if I could. Challenging but awesome hike. I'd recommend visiting after lots of rain as there's several waterfalls along the track. Must've took a wrong turn somewhere as total hike 15km. It's fairly well marked - Just be sure to check All Trails when choosing a path to ensure you're on the right track.

Bit longer than 16kms. Well signed. Would recommend it!

Great walk through lovely natural gorge and alongside a small flowing river. Some up and down sections should likely be rated "moderate" rather than easy IMO, and there are some really nice views. About 2.5 to 3hrs if you take it fairly easy and enjoy the scenery.

on Mount Lofty Loop

hiking
muddy
2 days ago

mountain biking
muddy
2 days ago

On the fire roads it was great but where it was steep it was bike-a-bike. For mountain bikers I would recommend making your own way around the gorge along the exisiting fire roads and not strict ING following the trail on all trails. It is a very scenic gorge that gives you many majestic views and allows you to fill your lungs with fresh air.

Beautiful country scenery with expansive sky. Easy mostly flat riding conditions

To climb it is to miss the point. One gains a short term exhilaration by “conquering” it. I want to climb it. It looks stunning. I love climbing things. But imbibing the humility, maturity and dignity of the indigenous culture by walking around it and hearing what it has to say is the better choice. Say no to your ego and learn from the most enduring society the world has ever produced.

super fun run, first km uphill is a grind, but some excellent flats and downhill sections.

I did this walk with my 6 year old. Family friendly but we got sidetracked & instead of heading back after exploring beneath the bridge we headed up towards Elizabeth lookout. The path up to the lookout is very steep and has lots of stairs--not great for kids. All in all a nice walk.

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