nature trips

dogs on leash

trail running


mountain biking

wild flowers


kid friendly


Fun hike. Cool cave (no pun intended). You’re better off to ride a bike up the 6km access road to the actual trail head. Other than that it’s a really enjoyable scramble and the views are great!

2 days ago

3 days ago

Very nice hike, huge thunderstorm rolled right over top just as we were about to summit and had to run back down, will definitely be back.

First solo hike for me, only made it as far as the false summit. Overall a good hike, loads of people and dogs.

Very nice hike, not many people on the trail! There are some pretty steep inclines and rough terrain sections; make sure you are equipped properly! All in all the hike is most definitely worth the view at the top!

Favourite local hike! Recommend biking in as is a pretty walk but a bit tedious to walk both ways, easy bike ride. Trailhead starts on the right where the road ends and easy to follow, tie bike to trees here. Have done this hike 3 times and froze on the open scree section and couldn't get to the cave on my first attempt and have seen others do the same-it's steep! So worth it to push on and go up into the cave. Big temperature drop only a few feet in, pretty cool to venture inside but bring a jacket and light. I somehow get off the main trail every single time I've hiked back down but just follow the river back to the road.

6 days ago

Great little hike for when you're just getting into, have dogs or kids with you or want to get out for a hike but still feeling a little lazy and don't want to push super hard.

Relatively easy hike. Completed it in 4 hours. Decent views.

the view on top is beautiful. However, It took considerable amount of effort to get on top due to the loose rock ways, narrow path and the guess work involved at places. My 6 years old was able to get up and down by himself. I would not recommend it to people with knee injuries.