Camel Trail is a 9.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Roebourne, Western Australia, Australia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
With fewer visitors and less facilities than near by Karijini National Park, the Chichester Ranges are spectacular. A walk along this amazing heritage trail in the early morning showcases a beautiful landscape of colour changes and is an opportunity to discover some iconic Pilbara wildflowers, such as Sturt Pea and Grevillea Wickhami. Python Pool is a permanent water hole (perfect for a swim) surrounded by sheer red rock walls. From here the narrow trail climbs to a lookout showcasing the stunning vista below. Follow the old 4WD track through rolling hills covered in spinifex and termite mounds to McKenzie Spring. Crossing the pool on flat, water eroded rocks begins the walk to Mount Herbert, one of the taller peaks in the area with impressive views over the plain below. Here there is a car park where many visitors stop before heading down the impressive drive.