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Mountainbiking
brücke geschlossen
18 hours ago

Amazing trail with lots of off-trail possibilities. One closed bridge, need to go into the gully to get around it.

Sandy track, but otherwise easy walk. Nice beach partway through and lighthouse at the end.

Trail is well marked & groomed. Good workout. We hiked trail clockwise (opposite direction of most hikers), which was lower grade uphill & steeper downhill on the back end. It also meant we encountered fewer people in the beginning and more at the end. Steps were much too narrow and crowded, so we descended the Lyrebird trail instead. As others have mentioned, you should start early, preferably before 10:00, to avoid the crowds, which are significant. I would label the traffic on this route as “heavy”, not “moderate” Saw many cockatiels & lorikeets. Saw one kookaburra & heard others.

I always enjoy this trail, it's a bit of bushland and rainforest all in one. This walk was very nice with Lyrebirds and wallabies to photograph. A bit of Little Lyrebird Loop was included to add a bit more distance to the walk. A really nice walk indeed.

wandern
3 days ago

A nice short loop in a quiet bush setting. This is basically a set of 4x4 tracks so be wary of vehicles using this but we encountered none on our walk, just the odd wallaby and kookaburra. There is no parking as such, just leave your car on the side of the track and leg it from there. The dip halfway along the track down to the creek came across as quite steep, I wouldn’t recommend doing this in the wet, otherwise this trail is pretty straight forward.

Paved walk with great vegetation and a beautiful creek

wandern
kein schatten
käfer
6 days ago

Good walk, pretty hot day so bring along a hat! Saw large snake under bridge at start of walk... obviously was a shock to both of us!!

nice hike through the forest, mostly in the shade of the trees with some nice look out points. We did it in one day, 6.5 hours including stops for lunch etc

wandern
7 days ago

It is a great trail. I recommend doing it clockwise as the up hill will be easier. Also make sure you have a good map or a gps to guide you...as others have pointed out the trail disappears in parts.

First few km nice, than boring. Good for biking with dog or roller skates - asphalt bike tracks all the way. No off leash. Watch for snakes in summer.

wandern
7 days ago

A beautiful track with some minor challenges.

We didn't get to see the whole trail but it is consistent with the rest of Sherbrooke Forest, which is an oasis in an already amazing countryside. With tree ferns amongs tall trees and well kept tracks this is a trail that is amazing all year round.

wandern
käfer
8 days ago

Did Point Impossible to Urquhart Bluff in 6 hours 45 minutes (40k steps; 34.5km). Best to do this hike when the tides align. The first 5k + the last 8-10k are mainly on the beach, so plan accordingly. Overall a good trek although the flies were terrible on the inland portions. Point Addis to Anglesea is definitely the highlight of the hike, but Bells Beach to Ironbark Basin is also a highlight.

Worth the uphill for the view!!

wandern
9 days ago

The best hike I did in the Grampians. It took me around 45 min to go up (stopping to take pictures). The views are great not only at the top but also along the way. The path is marked with yellow arrows so if you start from the Hollow Mountain CarPark you won't have any problems finding your way. To get there follow Mt Zero Rd, it's a gravel road in good condition most of the way, the last couple of km are corrugated but nothing too bad

A really nice walk with plenty of variety, there are a couple of steep climbs but easily handled having well maintained trails. There is a lot of wildlife with Kangaroos and Kookaburras everywhere. The view from the top is amazing and there are seats to sit for a rest and admire the surrounding hills.

wandern
abseits des Weges
steinig
10 days ago

Snake came out while running though. Be careful

this was my unicorn. it is unrelenting until the road. then quite nice the rest of the way. the decent was much harder for me than the way up. it took us a little longer than the suggested walk time, and my fitbit measured many more km than the trail signs. my legs are still sore 2 days later. its gorgeous but grueling. not for the feignt of heart

wandern
12 days ago

The trail is around 6km but after exploring different tracks off the main trail we probably did 7-7.5km, I can't confirm this because I forgot to turn on record. There is so much to see here with a lot of kangaroos and bird life, I was hoping for other animals but with no luck on the day. This is an amazing trail and another day will be planned for a trip here but earlier in the day hopefully to find a lot more wildlife.

one of my favourite places so far. some well maintained tracks and lovely waterfalls. Well maintained by the rangers and some good historical read ups.

wandern
13 days ago

We were originally going on the heritage trail, but decided to do this one instead. It’s more like 6.6km (according to my Garmin) and a leisurely walk.

I did a variation of this that clocked 16.8km. The creek section is a bit of fun. No trail, and very overgrown in parts. You can’t get lost but it’s frustrating at times, trying to find the best way forward. Some really nice grass trees around Hays track, and the old town of Steiglitz is worth a look.

Nice quiet track for beginners.

Great views. Some steep sections. Fantastic hike

Çok guzel. Prrroopppaaa hike

wandern
steinig
überwachsen
14 days ago

wandern
abseits des Weges
14 days ago

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