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Lameh Mourad
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HikingClosedRockyWashed out

Get your offline / printed map Some parts of the track is washed out. Requires high fitness level . Can be done in one long day (10 hours )

Simon Lowerson
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RunningBlowdownMuddyOver grownRockyScramble

Wouldn't say its a running track. Parts are good to get a rhythm but lots of obstacles to dodge. Then comes the climb, if someone can run that then they need to show me how haha. tracks are a bit overgrown. As other reviews suggest navigation is needed

Dewayne Kolinac
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RunningFeeOver grownRockyScramble

Great trail - mine turned out 19km with a few wrong turns. Speaking off wrong turns there are some spots that are hard to navigate would be especially if you do t have pro version with offline maps. The trails include compact fire trails, lots of single track with stairs, some mud, stables over fallen trees and rocks, a really nice look out and some technical spots with decent elevation. Overall a great trail run or hike. Also note require $8 national park entry fee if you want to park at the camp grounds at euroka.

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Troy Hovenden
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Hiking

This was a great track to experience. Quite tricky in parts, particularly at the Blaxland end so definitely recommended for people with a good level of fitness and good navigational skills. The last section of the track up to Short Street Blaxland wasn’t recorded as my phone battery unfortunately died.

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Sophia Aiano
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HikingFloodedMuddyOff trailOver grownScrambleWashed out

Didn’t make it the full way to Blaxland as I got put off at Kings Link Track as it gets pretty off track here and I wasn’t sure I’d make it there/back in time. Would recommend leaving plenty of time as there’s lots of trees and stuff to climb over and the path isn’t always obvious due to the recent rain. Was an okay walk but plenty of other nicer ones. I ended up doing about 19km and went up/down the lookout a few times to get some height

vienne chan
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Hiking

It is closed due to the bushfire, track works and/or flood damage.

Kym Cheeseman
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HikingScramble

Agree with most posters that the firetrail portion of the track is rather boring and long, i did it the first day and it was about 12km in length. From there i pushed up the Kedumba valley side of Mt. Solitary which is quite a test. Alltrails assisted me a lot with staying on the track as the trail isn't that clear on this portion. Camped at Chinaman's Gap for the night, 21km on the first day coming from Furber Steps. Second day I had the 10km from Mt Solitary back up to Scenic World. The lookouts from the top of Mt Solitary were incredible, exaggerated when you walk it in the early morning. The first day with the fire trail had me questioning how worthwhile the walk was but the second day with the views from Mt. Solitary absolutely made up it. Other notes: No drinking water on the trail, unless you treat one of the creeks present early on the fire trail, although i wouldn't recommend it. In the Australian heat you willl have to carry a lot, i carried 7L as a precaution and consumed 6L over the two days.

Seamus Dobbs
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HikingRockyScramble
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Seamus Dobbs
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HikingRockyScramble

Really Intense Climb.... will test most people...

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Hunter Ye
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HikingBugsRockyScramble

Did it as an overnight hike, parking at the free carpark at Scenic World. Most of day 1 quite easy going until the Mt Solitary trail where the ascent starts. Fun and challenging scramble up the mountain where marking can be a bit sparse at times however not many opportunities to get lost. We camped at the site past Chinaman's Gully overlooking the cliffs of Mt Solitary. There's a few opportunities to go the wrong way on the second part of the trail. At the sign describing Aboriginal campsite, the way forward is north up a rock but not too clearly marked. The descent down the mountain is a bit before the where the summit sign is and coming out of the creek there was no clear trail at all for us, requiring us to trek through unmarked areas north until we met up with the trail again. Like some of the other comments below, the point where the trail turns into the Forest fire trail is a bit mundane, uphill and joyless. I would happily take the Wentworth Falls exit at that fork and be satisfied with the hike. Overall, Mount Solitary Loop is a great hike and a real treat. It is challenging and you will need plenty of water.

Carlos dVT
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Hiking

We did this hike in two days clockwise from Evans Point, sleeping at Acacia campground. Amazing how the landscape changes. Wild trails deep in the forest between Perrys Track and the end of Rodriguez. Pulpit Rock and Blue Gum Forest are a must.

Sean Dee
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Hiking

did it in a day, about 12 hours. stopped for lunch and swim. first 20km of walk is great. but the 10km fire trail at the end ruins the walk a bit. very rewarding feeling the next day. next time I'd take exit to Wentworth falls.

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