Top Trail: Kitty’s Gorge, Serpentine NP, Jarrahdale
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Rated: (4/5), based on 13 reviews.
22 January 2018, 7:46am
A nice hike we did on a 35 degree day. Lots of shade from the trees but you still need a good hat, decent walking shoes and suncream. When you get close to Serpentine falls make sure you take the steps that go down the ridge rather than the long way around. Beautiful views. There are toilets to change into your bathers past the main car park as well. I needed about 3 litres of water in that heat. There were also little pockets of water to take a dip along the track which was a nice relief from the heat.. When walking back, you really need to keep an eye out for the path that follows the river (just after crossing the bridge). The sign is really faded and you cant see it. The first time I did this hike I missed it and walked all the way up the hill thinking we were lost. We had wandered off the main track but tried our luck and kept going. Eventually after a series of endless hills and lots of turns left we made it out towards the front of the trail. This time I saw the faded sign and went the right way. Both ways are fine, the hill trail a little more strenuous. We walked from the cemetery to the falls an back. With a pint at the Jarrahdale pub afters - a great little pub.
1 June 2017, 12:42am
Completed this walk on 3 May 2017. Great walk that doesn't have significant elevation change. Average level of walking fitness is very suitable. It was very dry when completing this walk so I'd recommend coming after some heavy rain or late winter. Started off at the Jarrahdale cemetry. Allow 4.5 hours + breaks.
7 July 2016, 4:57pm
A pretty great walk. I generally prefer loop trails to one-way tracks, but this was still good. The trail itself is fairly flat and easy to maintain a good pace on. We started at the cemetery and stopped for a lengthy lunch in Serpentine NP, so it took us about 5 hours return. Unfortunately we went before the winter rains had started, so didn't get too see much water flowing along the river/brook. Plan to do this again after a rainy period, as I think it will be a much different trail. Highly recommend.
18 June 2016, 9:50am
Amazing walk with a heap of different types of scenery. If you're looking for an added extra then I would suggest walking up the hills on the 4wd track when you get to the cleared valley. There are some spectacular views from about halfway up the hills straight down the valley towards serpentine falls.
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