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All reviews sky walk worth the effort national park hard work castle rock ladder climb rock scramble balancing rock viewing platform worth the climb hand holds coming down stirling range fantastic views young children hard climb shaded picnic tables
A pleasant uphill walk in the bush to the sky walk, and we had great views on a very clear day.
We started fairly early and had the sky walk to ourselves, and beat the crowds that were starting as we finished.
Nice uphill walk up through the bush to granite outcrop with great views to the coast and Albany. Track up was quite muddy and slippery in places but okay if you take it easy. I did it in thongs but would have been easier in...More
The wooded area and the walk up to the outcrop of granite boulders is full of interesting trees, flowers and glimpses of birds. It's 2 hours up (depending on your fitness) and then you get to the skyalk itself which has two levels - the...More
A must see when heading down towards Albany!
This is the second time I have been on the track, still have not been disappointed.
Upon entry pay at what looks like a parking ticket machine (don't worry, it has paypass!) and away you go.
Lovely walk up to the Skywalk. It does take a wee while to hike up to the top, enjoyed Aust bush on the way up. A climb over the boulders, then pulling yourself up with the rungs to get to the top. It is worth...More
We climbed this as part of a Stirling Range / Porongurup hiking week, and were not disappointed! Reasonable walk and 2 options of the lower and upper lookout mean that if you don't fancy the ladder climb and rock scramble, you can still enjoy a...More
It was a 4.2km round trip. The climb uphill took us 1 hour and the return journey downhill took 40 minutes. The summit climb over a sharp rock was challenging but the view was certainly exhilarating. Well worth the effort.
Great place to visit to break a long drive, stretch the legs and get the heart pumping.
The 2+KM is hard work in the heat, take plenty of water- I know that’s standard but I drank over 2 litres in the heat.
Great views, well...More
We were 10 weeks into a big trip to W.A. and decided to head to this attraction. It was a fairly heavy going uphill walk (in fact we had to help another walker who was having blood pressure problems and had to go back). We...More