I did this walk with my mum a few weeks ago. I was blown away by the views. It's a decent walk and, with a little exploring included, I would say we spent about 3 hours up there. We were lucky with the weather but it was quite wet so would recommend wearing proper walking shoes and hiking gear. It's worth doing your research before you head up as there's very little signage or information. This is a real hidden gem, off the beaten track. We met very few people up there and it was so quiet and peaceful. The tombs themselves are in great condition, you can have a look around them and I climb in. For the most part there's not much of a path so you're going to have to find your own way up not too difficult when you're a good view of the cairns. We met a fella up there who knew his way around and showed us a sinkhole. It was great but no signage around it and quite dangerous so I wouldn't recommend doing the exploring yourself. I will definitely do this walk again.
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