Summit Trail

Bush Walk
12.5 kilometres

The very difficult 12.5km Summit Trail located in Mount Augustus National Park takes walkers to the top of the biggest ‘rock’ in the world. Only very fit and experienced bushwalkers should attempt this full day very difficult hike. Expect a very steep unformed trail with rock scrambling. The trail ascends over 650m to the summit that offers extensive views of the surrounding plain and distant ranges.

Flintstone Rock Trail

Bush Walk
650 metres

Flintstone Rock is an Aboriginal cultural site that takes about 30 minutes to explore including stops. The 650m return walk follows along a water-smoothed rocky creek bed.