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This national park whose name, Watarrka, comes from the Aboriginal word for the umbrella bush, is best known for the spectacular sheer walls of Kings Canyon. This scenic landscape of rugged ranges, cliffs, rockholes and gorges and is a must see...more
Via Luritja Road Or Via Larapinta Drive, Northern Territory, Australia
All reviews kings creek adequate water the main attraction steep climb national park well worth the effort garden of eden alice springs lost city take pictures short walk the cliff traditional owners km loop canyon rim one night flora and fauna
While the rim walk at Kings Canyon is the main attraction you also have the Kings Creek walk & other areas of interest , like the Giles Track for the experienced bushwalker only, roughly a 2 day hike ! Plus there are other spots to...More
The Kings Canyon Rim hike is the reason most people come to this remote area so I was concerned that the hike would be very, very busy. Because of the heat and we were there in November, everyone starts the hike early. We arrived around...More
This place is special and best enjoyed over 2 nights. If you arrive after a couple of weeks of rain you will be blessed as we were. The waterfall had great flow and there were lovely ferns and flowering plants. I suggest taking a fly...More
It is a long detour to visit Kings Canyon from either Uluru or Alice Springs however definitely worth the effort. The rim walk is not to be missed. A definite highlight of our Central Australian holiday.
We decided for the Kings Canyon Rim Walk, 6 km loop, ideal time was for 3 to 4 hours, moderate to difficult grade. We started at 7.03. This is the official description of the walk: The Rim Walk allows walkers to gain spectacular panoramic views...More
I came here as part of an organised tour run by AAT Kings. The walk around the rim started at sunrise and took about 3-4 hours. The initial climb is quite steep with lots of steps but it is well worth the effort for the...More
We had the time so after a couple of days at Uluru and Kata-Tjuta we caught a bus to Kings Canyon. We spent the night so we would be able to do the rim walk at sunrise. It was definitely worth the trip. We allowed...More
Rugged ranges, rockholes and moist gorges make up this park and it's amazing to be able to walk through and enjoy it. We managed the Kings Creek Walk before altering our perspective and heading in to do a helicopter trip over it.
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Kings Canyon Rim Walkと
South Wall Return Walkへのアクセスが制限されます。
・KINGS CANYON RIM WALK １周6㎞ CLOSE
・SOUTH WALL WALK 往復4.8km CLOSE
・KINGS CREEK WALK 往復2km OPEN
・GILES TRACK 22㎞ 1or 2days one way
８:２０にKINGS CANYON RIM...More