Top Trail:  Bluff Knoll, Stirling Range NP

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Rated: 54321 (5/5), based on 18 reviews.

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Peta Graham

54321

Awesome trail. Is a bit hard on knees in places. But worth the effort. The view is amazing !!!!

Pete E

54321

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David Hurdle

43211

Walked it June 2018. The millions of steps (it felt like that many) was a bit hard on the knees but that’s ok. At the moment the track is wet and a little muddy. There is some flowing water (not deep, just enough to wet you shoes) in parts. The May bush fired have blackened the very top few hundred metres. Doesn’t really detract from the experience and hopefully won’t cause to much erosion. We met a lots of underprepared people on the way, white jeans, dress shoes, no water or carry a toddler. Hopefully they had the sense to turn around.

Sarah Nevison

54321

What a beautiful walk! Despite having to get up at 3am to see the sunrise from the top, it was absolutely worth the hike. Such a beautiful view from the top and not to much of a hike. Keep in mind there are a lot of steps, up the first section, so it's a bit difficult to begin with, so take it easy.

Nicole HS

54321

When: December Temp: 24 C Start Time: 11AM Definitely worth the struggle. The hardest part is the middle section (so keep persevering!) The last third of the walk is just lovely, the elevation allows you to see on all sides of the mountain and you get a really nice breeze. The walk is also not as steep towards the peak. The views at the top are amazing giving you 360 degree vantage. Stopped many times on the way up because I really struggled to it took about 3 hrs up. Then 45 mins back down because we ran the whole way back down.

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