Ever thought about taking an adventure of a lifetime? Think about travelling to Bluff Knoll in Western Australia. Hiking on Bluff Knoll is one of the reasons people visit this stunning location in WA. Bluff Knoll is the highest peak of the Stirling Ranges in the Great Southern Region of Western Australia and features an elevation of 1,099m.
If you want to really put your physical abilities to the test, Look no further than a hike up Bluff Knoll. The climb on a roundtrip is around 6 kilometers, 3.7 mi. Which can take three to four hours and can be achieved by most people with a reasonable level of fitness.
The video we’re featuring below has been uploaded by Cam Bostock is says this climb was one of the best in his life. They woke up in the early hours of the morning to reach the summit at sunrise. The achieved that and also got to see a spectacular sea of clouds falling over the peak. He carried on climbing the Castle Rock and hit up Albany to round off the adventerours day.
Bluff Knoll Camping and Hiking on Bluff Knoll
Uploaded by Cam Bostock, Unbelieve cloud waterfall on Bluff Knoll
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