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This gorge has a grand vista. The whole Kata Tjuta area is a series of "domes" left behind from the weathering of a large area of rock. It is very unlike gorges formed by rivers and water erosion eg Blue Mountains / Grand Canyon. Make sure you have boots/walking shoes with
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You must be quite nimble or even better have the agility of a goat! There are no footpaths to talk of at Walpa Gorge (except over the bridges) it is uneven, rocks that slip away & the flies a head net is essential as is a bottle of water, and no seating to take a rest half way.
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This was our first trip to Kata Tjuta. It was wonderful to walk through the gorge early in the morning. So windy and rugged. A great walk over the rock. Fairly easy walk and the kids loved it. Got to climb like mountain goats. Wandering through the gorge with huge rock walls
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Watch the sunrise from the nearby view deck and then make your way over to the gorge. You will not regret it, but go early as it can get very hot. Not a strenuous walk but uneven ground so take sensible shoes. Absolutely beautiful walk.
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The hike into this gorge is not very long or difficult. It's rocky and there are some ups and downs, so does take a little work, but the view through the gorge is stunning. There are some benches to rest along the way, and a raised viewing deck at the end. A very nice walk.
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