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This place is a bit of an icon and, according to authorities, over 8,000 people do it each year. Bushwalkers will feel undernourished if they haven't partaken of its delights.
The listed time of 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 hours by NPWS is loose. Aged...More
I've done this climb multiple times and still love it! Once you're at the top the view is phenomenal! This start of the climb is the hardest part but I managed to climb whilst unfit. Please respect this beautiful area and take any rubbish with...More
The Morton Park Reserve carpark is easily reached from Milton (turn off the Princes Highway), and although the final approach road is not sealed, you don't really need a 4WD to get there. The climb, whilst fairly steep in places, is also reasonably easy -...More
The drive to the car park from the Princes Highway was approx 26 kms along a bumpy dirty road so it’s pretty slow going. The hike up took us an hour. We set off around 8am to try to get back before the heat of...More
What a great hike. The weather wasn’t the best (no view at the top just clouds), but it made it not so hot & sticky as it was a strenuous climb to the top. Took us an hour and a half up and an hour...More
A long drive in from the main road on mostly dirt road. The walk is well sign posted and took us (fairly fit) approx 1 hr 20 mins to get to the top. Then just over an hour return. Take care going down as it...More
Driving to the pigeon house mountain. I drove a Hyundai Accent. But I wouldn't drive it there in wet weather you could possibly get stuck in a 2wd. As you drive on an unsealed road (dirt) for over 10km one way. I wouldn't drive this...More
We went on a hike with Tom from Region X in Batemans Bay, who knows the walk well and was a great guide. Unfortunately my arthritic knees began to complain at the steep steps and climb in the first half of the walk, so I...More
We climbed the mountain with our 5 and 9 year old. It was a very grey and foggy day so we did not see any views at the top, but the kids loved the fact that they had climbed high enough to be in the...More