Top Trail: Loop Walk, Kalbarri NP
The challenging Loop Walk in Kalbarri National Park highlights the erosive power of the Murchison River which has carved magnificent gorges to reveal the red and white banded rock. Highlights include the iconic ‘Nature’s Window’, a natural rock formation which frames the Murchison valley.
Temperatures along this walk can reach 50C in summer. It is recommended that you plan your hike for the cooler months (May to October) and avoid this hike in hot weather. The Loop Trail is closed after 7am from November to March inclusive. Be prepared - carry and drink 3 to 4 litres per person per day, wear a hat, loose clothing and sturdy footwear. Hike with a companion and tell someone where you are going.
Please be sure to read our full Disclaimer relating to information provided on the Trails WA website.
Join/Login to Save Favourites
To be able to save favourites, you first need to be a member of the Trails WA community.
Geo Data Download Disclaimer
All geographical material provided on this web site for viewing and donwload is for visual representation only and not intended as a navigation tool. Your use of, or reliance upon, the material on this web site is entirely at your own risk and it is agreed that by referencing this material you accept this condition. It is highly recommended that for all long-distance trails the relevant maps and guidebooks are purchased.
The data is derived from a hand-held GPS unit and is therefore NOT accurate enough for navigation. The data has not been verified by a surveyor - it is a visual representation only. Trails WA makes no representation or warranty that (1) any material on the web site will be accurate, reliable or complete (nor does Trails WA accept any responsibility arising in any way for errors in, or omissions from that material, even if those errors or omissions occur on account of TopTrailsWA's negligence or gross negligence); or (2) your access to this web site will be timely, secure or uninterrupted.
The trails may include activities which by reason of their physical exertion or the degree of physical fitness required may be unsuitable or dangerous for certain persons, or the web site may describe activities which are inherently dangerous. Trails WA makes no representations as to the nature, quality or suitability about any or all of the activities shown on this site and the user agrees that the user shall be responsible for first satisfying himself/herself by independent enquiry or advice as to the suitability of the particular activity.