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All reviews car park take your time worth the effort western australia half way stunning views great climb stirling ranges hours return enjoy the view coming down wild flowers average fitness lots of water challenging walk fitness levels worth the climb
As an Oldie I found it took longer than the advertised time to get up and back. However, we did stop quite a lot to take pictures. The path is not all good and personally, I would not go in wet weather. It seems like...More
The start of the walk was cloudy with rain in the cloud. At the top the clouds cleared giving the amazing views expected.
A good walk from the car park to the summit. A well maintained path with step improvements since my last visit by...More
Australia is to be congratulated for the maintenance of its trails. This is a considerable climb, easy enough for anyone with experience of mountain walking. The flora on the way up was extremely interesting.
Spectacular at the top.
We are getting on in years and...More
If you are very fit you could scale the 4kms of hiking in an hour, for me who is regularly active, it took 1.5hour, it was hard and sweaty but entirely worth it at the top. Bring gloves for the way down, as you grip...More
I have always wanted to climb Bluff Knoll but just recently had the chance to do this.
It was everything that I expected and more, but you definitely wouldn't want to do it underprepared.
Take HEAPS of water (more than you would think), proper footwear,...More
The climb up was tough, but the view is it more than worth. The 360 degree view is really beautiful and breathtaking.
The tour was written with 3-4 hours including the way back. My husband and me (average athletic, 32 and 37 years old) had...More
I took a solo trip up the mountain which was absolutely stunning. Later I was reading about Bluff Knoll and I found that some people had been pictured naked on the summit, its all in good fun but please remember that Bluff Knoll is a...More
We hadn't planned to go very far but couldn't stop ourselves from wanting to go further. The car par, amenities, paths and signs were dramatically improved from the last time I was there many years ago. It was wildflower time and the scenery was stunning....More
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Last time we hiked up to the waterfall with daughter 3yo and 6yo and decided to got back as was about run out of daylight. We weren't intended to hike up to the top, just to check how far our kids were interested in to the... More
Last time we hiked up to the waterfall with daughter 3yo and 6yo and decided to got back as was about run out of daylight. We weren't intended to hike up to the top, just to check how far our kids were interested in to the nature and surrounding. Amazingly they were so excited, they run, this question many thing, they touch, talk, cheer, sweat, and were still talked about that on the tent. We gave plenty of time for them to break, chit and chat and explore, we less intervene them about the time. I couldn't answer your question as it is really depend on many aspect, but my suggestion for the younger one, bring kid carrier and enjoy the journey. Cheers :)