Lord Howe Island Walking Trails, Lord Howe Island

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Idyllic Lord Howe Island Walking Trails take visitors along coral-fringed lagoons and through lush palm forests, with dozens of lookouts from which the island’s two imposing peaks, Mount Lidgbird and Mount Gower, are clearly visible. There are a number of well-marked trails to choose from on this island, which is only 11 km (6.8 mi) long and 2 km (1.2 mi) wide, with more than half of its area designated as a permanent park preserve. Hikers of all ages and fitness levels can enjoy these guided walks, ranging from light strolls, to moderate cliff-top hikes, to challenging climbs to the top of Mount Gower which, rising to 875 m (2,871 ft), is the highest point on the island. PutLord Howe Island Walking Trails into our Lord Howe Island trip maker app and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • In our week long stay we walked most of the north of the island and there was so much to see. Loved the climb from Ned's Beach via Malabar and Kim's Lookout; the climb from Settlement Beach over to...  more »
  • There are numerous walking tracks from Intermediate Hill, Transit Hill, Kim's Lookout, Malabar, Goat House all have magnificent views. Take plenty of water with you especially on warm days. A...  more »

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