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Granite Rock Walk
Granite Skywalk, final climb and railings (facing Koikyennuruff in the distance)

The Granite Skywalk is a tourist attraction in the Porongurup Range in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. It is a suspended walkway that spirals around the huge granite outcrop of Castle Rock to the summit 570 m above sea level. The Granite Skywalk has two lookouts, a lower wer upper one. The upper lookout perches over the side of Castle Rock wer requires scrambling over rocks wer climbing a ladder.[1]

The walk trail (Granite Rock Walk) to the summit also takes in the unusual 'Balancing Rock', a six metre high granite boulder which reportedly weighs around 186 tonnes yet rests il a base just 1.21 m².[2]

Ngiyan waarnk - References[edit]

  1. Granite Skywalk. Parks and Wildlife Service. Retrieved 28 December 2017
  2. Dawn Till Dusk, in the Stirling and Porongurup Ranges; Rob Olver & Stuart Olver. 1998