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Bush Walking in the Porongurups

The Porongurup Range just 40 km North of Albany lies halfway between Albany and the Stirling Ranges. This area has an amazing range of walk tracks, ranging from an easy 100 meter walk to the Tree in the Rock up to the Wansbrough Walk which is 4km one way.&

The Tree-in-the-Rock Picnic Area is the set out point for several walks. The Tree in the Rock is just a simple 100 meter walk to a tree which extends it roots through a crevice and this mature karri clings to live.

    A relatively new attraction is the Granite Skywalk.  This walk is about 2 km one way and is reasonably steep and would require a moderate level of fitness.  The views at the top a worth the effort.  You can go right up to the skywalk with the final section scambling over rock and climbing a ladder or just below by the Balancing Rock is a lower platform which also has an amazing view.

Hayward Peak is a medium 3km, about 2 hour, return walk also from Tree in the Rock Picnic Area.  The track climbs sharply upward to the Peak about 1.7km along the walk.  Here you get great view to the Stirlings.

Morgans View is lower than both Hayward or Nancy Peak from here you can see the Devils Slide, an area of  moss covered granite rock to the west.  The path down is steep and rocky and also loose rocks.  Great care needed.

Nancy Peak is a strenuous 5.5km, about 2-3hour, circuit also from the Tree in the Rock Picnic Area.  The track heads along the north side of the range and then along the spine and over Hayward Peak, Nancy Peak and Morgans View and back along the Wansbrough Walk.