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Top 5 Trails for 2022



So many trails to choose from again this year.


It is always difficult to only choose 5 but here they are:


Wadjup Gabbilju - Shelley Foreshore

https://www.outandaboutfnc.com/post/wadjup-gabbilju-foreshore-walk


This stunning river walk takes you from Bull Creek to Riverton along the Canning River through Shelley and Rossmoyne. This is a long walk but can easily be broken into shorter sections. It is pram and dog friendly and universally accessible.





2. Djarlgarro - Roley Pools


https://www.outandaboutfnc.com/post/roley-pools-djarlgarro


Nestled in beautiful Roleystone this is an all weather trail. Short sections of the trail are universally accessible but the longer trails are not. The trail is dog and family friendly and depending on the time of year the kids can explore the rocks and rock pools for added fun.





3. Schipp Road Walk - Kalamunda National Park


https://www.outandaboutfnc.com/post/schipp-road-walk


This is a challenging hike with steep rough sections but the section of trail that follows Schipp Road is an easier walk with a wide well maintained trail.




4. Victoria Park Art Trail - (in two parts)


https://www.outandaboutfnc.com/post/street-art-victoria-park

https://www.outandaboutfnc.com/post/street-art-east-victoria-park


There are so many murals to explore in and around Victoria Park and along the way we made lots of other discoveries making this a wonderful adventure!





5. Bickley Reservoir Trail


https://www.outandaboutfnc.com/post/bickley-reservoir-walk-trail


This a very challenging trail with lots of rough and very steep sections. This one was hard work but that was part of it's appeal!




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In the spirit of reconciliation Out and About- Family Nature Connection acknowledges the traditional owners of the Wadjak Boodjar (Perth land) and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.


As always when hiking in the bush please help to reduce the spread of Phytophthora Dieback by sticking to the tracks and paths, staying out of quarantined areas and, if possible, clean your shoes before and after hiking. A spray of 70% methylated spirit and 30% water can be effective.

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