Best hiking trails in WA

Category: Inspiration, News, Uncategorised, Date: 28 April 2022

When was the last time you visited WA?

Hiking is a great activity that is extremely cost effective and great for being social. That’s why we decided to list our favourite hiking and walking spots around WA:

Bald Head Walk Trail

This is a tougher walk, and recommended for slightly more experienced hikers.

However, if you get the chance this isn’t one to miss.

The unique landscape brings unmatchable coastal views and you can see the depth of the granite cliffs up close.

Bigurda Trail, Kalbarri National Park

Another coastal recommendation, but that’s where the similarities end.

Walk along and see the eroded sandstone cliffs and watch the deep blue sea crash against them.

Peep into a different world through rock pools and feel the sand between your toes.

Frenchman Peak Trail, Cape Le Grand National Park

If you’re keen to get back to your Aussie roots, this one is for you.

Surrounded by hectares of dense bushlands and wildlife, you’ll feel like your on the set of a classic Australian movie.

Explore the cliffs and enjoy the serenity on this moderate walk.

Bluff Knoll, Stirling Range National Park

5 hours out from capital city, Perth- Bluff Knoll sits at being WA’s 3rd highest peak.

Don’t let that deter you though, the beauties you’ll find on this walk are truly awe-inspiring.

During the springtime the wildflowers bloom and the birds flock to the area.

Nancy Peak, Porongurup National Park

Climb up some of WA’s largest boulders, where on a clear day you’ll be able to see the sea from being up so high.

It’s an easy walk that you’ll be able to complete in a few hours.

Plus, you’ll be able to tell your friends you climbed a really big rock.

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