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Lost World Trail via Pippa's Pass is a 7.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Jordan Springs, New South Wales, Australia that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is accessible year-round.

Length 7.1 mi Elevation gain 1,528 ft Route type Out & Back

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Jason Ruhe
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Good hike. Great for fitness. Steep decline to the creek then a bit of a steep scramble up the other side. Hard work. Then a long overgrown walk on the ridge to the lookout. Also did Bunyan lookout. Awesome views from both. Wear long pants. Lots of spikey plants on a somewhat overgrown trail.

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Stephen Barrington
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The description is wrong , this is not near Yellow Rock

Tracy Jones
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HikingScramble

Easy to lose trail after the creek crossing and again in the overgrowth up on the flat. Not a great trail to wear shorts on as the trail is overgrown and spikey. View from the turnaround point is pretty cool. I’m not sure I’ll be heading back.

James Moey
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Hiking

Initial hike was hard after that it is mostly flat. Vegetation is a bit over grown so the path is not very clear and easy to get lost. During flowering season, you can see a field of wild flower because of the flatness of the path.

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Sheila Walker
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Bandula Gonsalkorale
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Shaun Hapkido
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Jessica Borg
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Kazuki Tabata
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Lisa Cox
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Narelle Raymond-Jones
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Ry Cunningham
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Clinton Grills
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