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All reviews great walk kata tjuta loose rocks an easy walk well worth the effort car park lots of water beautiful hike circuit walk hiking boots water stations start early drinking water amazing scenery rock formations lookout point early morning
Shortish but interesting walk up to a viewpoint. Valley of the Gales more like so parts of the way in weren't too pleasant for walking. Probably only worth the trip if combined with a sunrise/sunset trip.
I did the full circuit and it took about 3 hours. Best to do it in the morning before the weather gets really hot. Be aware of the closure time due to high temperature. Generally, if you start your walk before 10am, you'll be fine....More
We decided to do the Valley of the Winds walk.
The walk took over an hour to get to,and we weren't disappointed, as the sheer size of the domes on one side,and the opposite direction was a commanding veiws over a valley.
Once we got...More
A much better walk than Uluru base walk. It's a hard slog, but interesting. We started our walk at 8am (finished at 1045am), we walked anti clockwise, so got the most scenic parts first. There's a couple of steep climbs, and a lot of the...More
Amazing geology and scenery. Take snacks for your breaks and enjoy the view! Do the 2nd half if you have the time as it's very different, flatter, looking into the rocks from different angles and onto the landscape around.
Way too hot on our walk and we ended up pulling up short ! Combo of heat, went thru the water quicker then planned & the bloody flies !! Apart from that it is a good walk , the ground pretty ordinary in places ,...More
Fairly difficult walk due to the unstable ground (loose rocks).. the park close this walk if the temperature reaches 36 degrees.. we went at 3pm and it was 35! It’s about an hour to the second lookout.. hardly saw anyone else until we were nearly...More
Because this walk is slightly more difficult, there are only a few walkers. The trail is well marked and ends on top of a pass, between two hills overlooking a valley. At 3/4 of the track and a junction there is a tank with drinking...More
Hi , yes you can do the tours, which they tell you about everything but go if you want to take your time and really enjoy the area it’s better to hire a car , and do it yourself , there are signs that explain all the areas... More
Hi , yes you can do the tours, which they tell you about everything but go if you want to take your time and really enjoy the area it’s better to hire a car , and do it yourself , there are signs that explain all the areas as you walk , you can’t get lost , it’s better to explore at your own pace