Get the chairlift up then it’s a 2km circuit around the top. Breathtaking views with a good walking path. Stop at the bottom for an ice cream from the cafe.
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If you're keen to use the chairlift I suggest you check with the operator for operating times and wind conditions. The walking track is very steep, yet only approx 400 metres in length. Good, sound path with hand rails most of the way. My 77...More
A ride on the chairlift is a great experience. If it was very windy or wet it wouldn't be quite so good but for us, the weather gods were kind! At the top is a relatively easy 2k walk around the summit on a good...More
The chairlift is the easy way to the top and it is reasonably priced. Once at the top there is a track that takes you all the way around the rock. There is interesting wildlife, we even saw a snake. The views are really good.
Forget the chairlift, the walk is steep and it is quite high but the path is in good condition and should present no difficulties to anyone unless they have mobility issues. The walk around the top is very pleasant. While we were there it was...More
It is steep but magnificent. Chairs to pause on the way as Chairlift not working. But worth it for the view. Love Stanley. Bring your water bottle. Windy up the top so not perfect for a wine a cheese picnic! But what a view buffeted...More
Caught a perfect sunset right from my way up The Nut. It was a steep but short climb to the top but definifely worth it. The whole circuit took only an hour and allows you to view the ocean and changing landscapes. Their town at...More
The view from the top of the Nut is outstanding. We went early in the morning which wasn't real clear at the start. By the time we finished the walk, it was clearing off. If I did it again, I would wait for it to...More
We stayed in Stanley for two nights which is a lovely little town. We took the chair lift up The Nut and spent about 2 hours wandering around admiring the fantastic views and wildlife. I would definitely recommend if you are in Stanley.