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hiking
off trail
over grown
scramble
22 hours ago

This is a genuine bush trail with plenty of forest & trees for any serious hiker. Plenty of fallen trees to navigate which at times might take you off trail.
The entrance to the trail can easily be missed but look for the rocks at the entrance & enjoy the work.
It was magnificent as the deeper one got, the more immersed you are in wild forest.
The scramble down to the wreck is treacherous but mark with pink ribbons, so be careful but enjoy.

hiking
off trail
over grown
scramble
22 hours ago

This is a genuine bush trail with plenty of forest & trees for any serious hiker. Plenty of fallen trees to navigate which at times might take you off trail.
The entrance to the trail can easily be missed but look for the rocks at the entrance & enjoy the work.
It was magnificent as the deeper one got, the more immersed you are in wild forest.
The scramble down to the wreck is treacherous but mark with pink ribbons, so be careful but enjoy.

hiking
23 hours ago

A lovely walk in amongst the bush to La La Falls. Nice gradient climb on the way in.

This one is a longer trail but I thoroughly enjoyed it ☺️

My husky loves doing this walk. Dog friendly

I would recommend this trail for anyone with dogs. My girl had a blast ☺️

nice view

hiking
1 day ago

Honeyeater trail is open. The Conway circuit is closed. Check the national Park website. I checked with tourist info before driving here and they thought it was closed too because it was a part of the Conway circuit.

off trail
rocky
1 day ago

It was amazing! The most challenging and yet best hike I did so far. It's very hard, took us 9 hours and we even skipped the two Yawbone Peaks in the middle. The Sugarloaf peak is very challenging, it's off-road and includes a lot of rock climbing. But so much fun and amazing views! Hiking boots and general fitness are definitely recommend!

hiking
1 day ago

Short little walk through the QLD hinterland. Beautiful views - took us about 30 min, very easy.

hiking
rocky
1 day ago

The trail is amazing, had an older hiker with me who found the last/first hill (depending on which way you go) quite difficult with little cover from the sun

hiking
1 day ago

Don't limit yourself to the marked paths. Head off track for a much better nature experience. But not the closed riverbank areas, they're regenerating.

hiking
muddy
rocky
scramble
1 day ago

very easy track. beautiful and very rustic track.

Good hike, the dam was really cool. Will do the whole trail next time

awesome trek. start early and allow around 8 hours

hiking
2 days ago

It was a decent hike up to the peak. Recommended for anyone and got a great view at the top awaiting you as a reward.

hiking
2 days ago

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.

small loop for walkers, managed to get nearly 8kms done utilising the bike track but wouldn't recommend without a pushbike. saw a fair few snakes

Trail of my life. ❤️

walking
2 days ago

The track is really nice with some breathtaking views and it's not too hard as well.

on Fluted Cape Walk

hiking
2 days ago

I walked the Flude Cape walk and it was quite nice, you should wear more than thongs.

Easy walk for all the family. The views at the end are fantastic.
We walked this track but I could also recommend it as an easy MTB ride which we will be doing on our next visit.

It wasn’t 22.2 unless you do the loop twice but still was a good run

hiking
3 days ago

this is a great trail to do if you love cliffs!

hiking
scramble
3 days ago

I loved the ruggedness of this track, although if it was after rain it would be a muddy challenge at the start. The brief pockets of views only makes it more tantalising.

Top coastal Walk

hiking
3 days ago

Nice little hike with interesting and nice looking geology.
Nothing special needed. Runners do the job.
Nice Picknick places / tables all over the area.
Can imagine gets quite hot there on a warm day.

Some challenging steep sections and a solid kilometre of stairs near Audley. While some of the route is easy, I’d definitely rate a portion as being more challenging.

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