Baldwins Bluff Guided Hike | 6km | 2.5 Hrs
- Duration: 3 Hours (approx.)
- Location: WA
- Product code: PK8HSE
Baldwin's Bluff Trail and Lookout | 6 km Return | Difficulty: Orange | Time: allow 2 hours
This lesser known trail in Serpentine National Park is a challenging hike for those just getting into hiking with a little bit of fitness already. It begins with a moderately steep 2km. For anyone new to hiking, the climb is hard enough to test you but still short enough to make it enjoyable. We do recommend a moderate level of fitness for the climb!
MEETING POINT AND GETTING THERE:
Located about an hours drive from Perth, make your way down South Western Hwy, and the park is located on Falls road south of Jarrahdale. The trail starts at the Serpentine National Park. **Please note, there are entry fees to the national park per vehicle. Or, if you have a Parks Pass, entry to the park is free.
INCLUDED IN YOUR TICKET:
As with all of our hiking tours, your ticket includes a guided hike with historical facts and education on the location, trail and heritage of the area.
Our hike leaders carry communication devices and first aid kits for your safety. Feel comfortable knowing that we will guide you through your hiking experience and you can relax and enjoy.
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Moderate fitness recommended, and be prepared for some steep inclines, but a great opportunity to experience a more hilly hike with a short distance.
WHAT TO WEAR & BRING:
Bring plenty of water ( at least 2 litres per person)
Comfortable clothes and sturdy trainers or hiking boots. With the uneven gravel trail at times, good grip soles are advised.
Personal first aid kit
If you have hiking sticks, this is a good trail to bring them along with you.
PARK ENTRY FEES:
A national park entry fee of $15 per vehicle is payable at the entrance. If you are an RAC member, you can get 50% off an annual parks pass which allows your free access to all national parks! Carpooling is a great idea for this hike.
As this is a national Park, no dogs are allowed on this trail.