Adventure to the Granite Skywalk

Adventure to the Granite Skywalk

It was awesome to receive the thanks and appreciation of Jackie, Martin and Jean on the achievement of the climb to the Granite Skywalk on Castle Rock in the Porongurup National Park.  This is what they said, “We had a fabulous time made possible thanks to the expert guidance and support of Susan. We did the Porongurup Granite Skywalk with my 80 year old mother-in-law. She was able to make it all the way to the lower lookout, again thanks to Susan. The final climb I found very challenging but, again thanks to Susan, I was able to make it to the top. She knew exactly where I needed to place my feet and hands in order to make the ascent and I felt very confident in her instruction. We had a great day out. Thank you Susan.

With regards
Jackie (and Martin and Jean)”

For many this is a real adventure to walk in nature, follow a nature trail, take another step up on the ascent to the final scramble through the rocks.  Then through the alleyway between colossal granite forms. And the final climb on the enclosed fireman’s ladder to the catwalk that is the Granite Skywalk.

For most it is a breath-taking reward for the challenge they faced. The vista from the top is extraordinary – and it doesn’t matter the weather either.  Clouds come and go and in between reveal open landscape, views to the coast and north to the Stirling Ranges.

You too can get there!  Here’s our guided tour to the Granite Skywalk Porongurup –


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