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wandern
11 days ago

What a beautiful thing to see... but completely over shadowed by an insane amount of flies. This hike was the most insufferable of any I have done...

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28 days ago

Love this National park! Recommend to everyone! The walk is great, but do it earlier or later in the day to avoid crowds and heat of going in summer. Some flies mind be a disturbance, bring fly protecting hats or you can purchase them at the office in the park. We stayed at campground which was very cool and with great amenities. Definitely recommend!

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2 months ago

Beautiful views of an amazing gorge; easy walk

wandern
2 months ago

We only walked the first 6 stages, the rest is on the list. Makes you feel as if you are the only person in the world and are treading where no one has trod before. Loved it, though certain parts can be tough and exposed. I heard there is enough water along the way these days (we walked it 13 years ago) You may even meet other people now. Very much worth doing, but be super prepared. Lots of water, extra ration of food and it CAN and DOES sometimes rain bucket loads.

Very different from Uluru - if had to choose this would be the one.

wandern
3 months ago

easy but hot. Good close up views. We did a guided tour starting just before sunrise but there are signs and story boards that give same info. You need lots of water and only one toilet and water station on the loop.

Trail was of supreme quality today.

Bloody hot even leaving early! Lots a loose rocks making it relatively hard, but spectacular views!

wandern
3 months ago

An epic 5 day hike. We started the hike on the last day of the season and had the whole trail to ourselves. Hot days at 39/40 degrees and sparse shade throughout. Amazing country that changes every few km’s from Savannah type country to escarpment, rocky trails, and sandy trails. Short hikes each day (8km -18km’s) always ending in the most rewarding waterholes and gorges with swimming, and quiet reading and reflection spots with the sound of waterfalls and red tailed black cockatoos in the background. Plenty of water at the end of each days hike - but if you are hiking in the warmer months like us - make sure you have gear to carry at least 3 litres of water each day. Also need long sleeve shirts and wide brimmed hats and plenty of sun protection. Each camp is very different to the next, the drop toilets are clean and well maintained. A really memorable trip. If you have a few multi-day hikes under your belt, and are use to carrying everything you need on your back, a great hike. For novices or those that have never had to be self sufficient on a multi-day, maybe work your way up to this one or try it early in the season when the temperatures are milder. Lots of lifetime memories from this trail and a wonderful way to experience the the Northern Territory. We travelled as a group of six: my 18 yo daughter and I and another family of four. Youngest was 15 yo, oldest was 51.

We did the base walk with Segway’s and it was amazing and maybe cheating but worth it! Just forgot to turn off the app! Lol

Holy duly!! That’s was totally insane but omg sooo worth doing and I’m grateful that I was lucky enough to get it ticked off my bucket list!!

Tough on the way up, spectacular scenery

wandern
3 months ago

Wow what an experience, for a first time hiker it wasn’t to tough. Great camping spot just past the 18km mark, flat space on open plane, incredible for sunrise.

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steinig
4 months ago

A great experience and the highlight of a trip to the centre. While I understand the cultural sensitivities of some indigenous groups, not all have an issue with the rock being climbed. Safety is the biggest issue and the indigenous don’t want and should not have deaths on there conscious. I agree it is dangerous and it should have been restricted years ago. But I completely disagree with its permanent closure. Give it to a tour company to control safety, restrict numbers and not have deaths on the indigenous’s conscience.

wandern
5 months ago

Beautiful place for sunset. Take advantage of the informative ranger talks describing the rock art.

wandern
5 months ago

The walking is fairly easy and the trail is well signposted. Beautiful spots for camping with awesome places to swim. There is a lot of downtime on this hike so plan for relaxing afternoons. Whilst there are rocks to sit on I was delighted that I carried my 500g Helinox chair. The rest of my pack came in at 14kg. A guided trip is very expensive but if you book yourself expect to pay a $13.20 camping fee. As you really can't get lost and the walk is quite simple I know what I would choose. We hiked in June and had some cold nights but up to 30C by day.

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steinig
6 months ago

Burned down, so many flies

wandern
6 months ago

What a beautiful trail, this 22km track crossing different cracks of the canyon along the way. If you are in good shape you can do easily under 8 hours including all your break. I did it from Kathleen Springs to Kings Canyon to have a breathtaking finish.

wandern
6 months ago

Easy and quick hike, definitely you need to do this trail in the afternoon to get more light between both domes. Did this after the Valley of the Winds, been a little bit disappointed, better to start with this one then the Valley of the Winds.

Amazing and breathtaking views of Kata Tjuta!!! One recommendation is to do the loop counter clockwise to avoid most of the crowd. In a beautiful sunny day your shot will be stunning. Overall moderate trail, it can be windy on the way up to Karu lookout, I just enjoyed this hike.

wandern
6 months ago

Easy trail with lovely swimming spots each night and good campground conditions. Wholly suitable for kids with some walking experience. Main thing is to stay hydrated in the heat!

wandern
6 months ago

Beautiful trail, you can see all the faces of Uluru. If you start early in the morning (around 8:30am), you don’t need a fly net.

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6 months ago

We did this track clockwise starting from, and returning to, Florence Falls in early July. The track is relatively well marked with blue metal track markers approx 50-100m apart for the whole 39km of track and all the link walks. There was also pink bunting to assist. However, they were not always easy to find depending on the grass height. Navigating our along the track was part of the adventure. There were times that I needed this downloaded AllTrails GPS to help get back on track. I'd read the blogs about the dry, barren, boring landscape spotted with gorgeous water falls along the way. Many felt the lengthy repetitive vegetation to get to the waterfalls wasn't worth it. I feel that the track got a raw deal on some of the blogs and that it was well worth it. From Day 1, I loved the variation in vegetation in the NT from the other states of Australia I'd seen. There were lots of burnt out areas which is apparently normal for the NT. And when you got to the rock holes and waterfalls, they were beautiful. Day 2 was my favourite day with the rock hopping. Make sure you take the side trip to Wangi Falls - well worth it. Personally I love rock hopping and there were many sections on this day with a couple of steep hills. Then there were a few more waterfalls on the way to the Tjenya Falls campsite. In hindsight, I would have spent more time taking time to dip feet in the falls along the way on this day if I'd known there would be none the next day. Day 3 was the most dry and least exciting in terms of vegetation with no waterfalls to break the dry. DO NOT plan on staying at the campsite between the Walker Creek Link track and Florence Falls shown on the topographical map as a short 400m walk off the track, as there is no water. Instead, take the earlier link track to the Walker Creek walk in or the 4WD on from that - apparently #6 is the best site! We were stuck without water when we got to this Tabletop campsite listed on the map. We were hot and exhausted by this time, with only 1 litre of water left between 4 of us, and this was in winter!!! We decided not to backtrack to Walker Creek, but to first try for water at what looked on the topographical map to be a watercourse 200m further beyond the junction of the campsite and the track. Thankfully we found a stagnant pond that had water we filtered and treated. We then desired to continue on for 4km in the direction to Florence Falls to what looked on the map to be a larger watercourse. We were blessed with a gorgeous little stream and waterfall here, about 2.5 km before the Florence Falls Link track junction. There we pitched our tent on the only bit of flat ground around. This made our Day 4 a much shorter day with plenty of time to enjoy the Falls at the end. It was a relatively flat track for most of the way except a couple of sections and the hills were rocky. 3 of us were seasoned hikers and found it very easy. We went with one inexperienced hiker who found it very tough. Apart from our visits to the main waterholes that are accessible by car, we saw 3 other hikers on the track for the 4 days. Make sure you allow time to finish with a swim in Florence Falls then take the 1.6km walk to Buley Rock Hole. A perfect way to end the trip!

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