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Cape to Cape Track

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Cape to Cape Track

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Oldjack wrote a review Dec. 2019
Greater Melbourne, Australia19,562 contributions2,152 helpful votes
The Cape to Cape Track extends some 123 KM from Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge and covers beaches, forests and trails through the park. It has great beauty and is diverse in its landscape. Too bad about the flies in summer.Walk various various sections for the best views and cover one end to the other by car with occasional stops at key points unless you are fit and do the full walk.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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nonrevSeattle wrote a review Dec. 2019
seattle8 contributions6 helpful votes
My daughter and I walked this track last April. We put it together rather last minute and could not have done it without Cy Fort of Southwest Driving Services. He met us promptly each morning where we parked our car at each stage's ending point. He would then drive us to the beginning of the stage. It was a beautiful and challenging trek, which we enjoyed immensely. Most days we never saw another person. What an experience to have such beauty all to ourselves. A very belated thanks to Cy for his help!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Arletta wrote a review Jul. 2019
Perth, Australia10 contributions1 helpful vote
My daughter and I walked the track as a celebration of her high school graduation. My husband dropped us off each morning and picked us up each afternoon at a predetermined time and location (mobile reception can be patchy). We had cool weather in the mornings (15oC) and warm weather during the day (mid to high 20’s). We started our hiking around 6:30am and finishing mid afternoon. We began our walk in the north (Cape Naturaliste) and travelled south (Cape Leeuwin), covering the full 135km track in five days. We only met six other hikers during this whole time, all self guided pairs like ourselves. We used ‘The Cape to Cape Track Guidebook’ by Scott and Forma extensively, the maps and descriptions were invaluable. In addition to the usual hiking gear, bring sunscreen, food and plenty of water as it is not easily available on the track. We also carried a first aid kit, with snake bites being our biggest concern. For the most part the views over the ocean are spectacular, although you will also hike inland, over cliffs and up sandy hills. The people you meet on the beaches are very friendly, many of whom will be locals. The track was an amazing challenge and a definite must do in Western Australia
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Date of experience: December 2018
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David M wrote a review May 2019
13 contributions1 helpful vote
Fantastic views and refreshing walk. Take plenty of water Medium level difficulty. Steep sections have either man made steps or medium sloping ground. Despite it being a warm day a sudden chill ran down my back when I crossed the section between the abseiling cliffs and the Wilyabrup brook to the north.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Benjbear wrote a review Apr. 2019
Springdale, Utah9 contributions2 helpful votes
My husband and I recently returned from W.A. We did the Cape to Cape Explorer tour. I can't recommend this trip highly enough. It was truely amazing. This company is the best. Everything from accommodation to all the food provided was supurb. The organisation of pick ups and drop off was fantastic. Gene and his team were all incredibly helpful and nothing was too much trouble. He even through in a wine tasting trip! It is certainly a challenging hike in parts and a reasonable level of fitness is needed to cope with many kilometers of soft sand, but we were rewarded with magnificent scenery and at the end of the day very comfortable accomodation and beautiful Margaret River produce.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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