Easier than expected to get to and the trek was easy for me using a walking stick with no rain or wind
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It's an amazing place to visit, need much effort to climb up on the top to see the beautiful views. The weather changes very often so plan accordingly plus keep plenty of food and drinks to keep you going.
Just went there last weekend as the temperature last week was quite low. In the middle of the week Bluff Knoll was experiencing snowfall and jammed with people. The weather forecast for the night before was minus one but we are not dare to climb...More
OK, first of all, I did doubt myself a few times half way the climb. I was feeling exhausted and we have been trekking for a while and someone goes past and says 'you are half way there!!' me (in my mind) 'you cannot be...More
Let me start off by saying I am not a mountaineer, hiker or even a keen bush walker. I am 52 years old and reasonably fit. I was also probably the oldest person climbing that day. Let's say, it's a challenge. Pretty much 3.1km of...More
The grandkids were agog with anticipation of seeing snow for the first time. Unfortunately it was not to be. Plenty of low level clouds, rain squalls, cold temperatures and my fitness levels were barriers to hiking to the upper reaches. Actually none of us really...More
We started early in the morning around 8. The weather was not the best. The peak was surrounded by clouds when we started the climb. The good thing about the walkway is that it is a precast one, so you always know where to go...More