Experience the soaring cliffs and misty moods of Bluff Knoll, the highest peak in the Stirling Range.
- Sites:Mountains & Hills
- Feature:Toilet,Info Shelter,Lookout / Deck,Dogs Allowed - No,2WD Access - Yes
- Activity:Bush Walking
Bluff Knoll is the most popular trail in the Stirling Range with outstanding 360-degree views from the summit. The walk starts at the southern end of the Bluff Knoll car park and picnic area. The trail first drops down to a creek and then goes across a mountainside to a saddle. Here you can look over the ridge to the south coast. The trail then turns left and follows the ridge to the summit. Eucalypt woodland, banksia and grass trees blanket the lower slopes while exposed outcrops reveal layers in the rock – evidence of fine sediments that settled on the bottom of an ancient shallow sea long ago and then slowly became compressed into layers of rock. For more information visit Trails WA.
This information was provided by the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions: dpaw.wa.gov.au