Crystal Cascades to Kennedy Highway

5 h 30 min to 9 h

2 h 45 min to 4 h 30 min

22.5 km

↑ 1089 m
↓ -761 m

Hard track
Starting from the end of Redlynch Intake Road, Redlynch, this walk explores the woodlands of Dinden National Park as it meanders along Clohesy River, visiting Copperlode Dam and Clohesy Fig Tree along the way. Embark on a lengthy journey that’s going to test your endurance whilst rewarding you with panoramic views, lovely little birds and the peaceful feeling of remoteness. Regardless if you’re on a bike, running or taking your time; this trip is going to be a good experience (considering you have the required amount of fitness and navigational skills). The picnic area near the dam offers truly exceptional views over Lake Morris and can be a great place to pause and rest. Another place to stop would be the Clohesy Fig Tree, where there’s a boardwalk taking you to the humongous tree. Notice the change in vegetation as you make your way through the woodland. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
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