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Valley of the Winds, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

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Take in the scenery of Valley of the Winds while walking between the towering rocks and majestic domes of Kata Tjuta. The entire 7.4 km (4.6 mi) loop takes nearly three hours and requires a decent level of fitness to complete. Two lookouts provide aerial views of the domes. Keep an eye open for kangaroos, different plants, and birdlife. Wear sturdy shoes and watch your step for loose rocks. Temperatures can get quite high despite gushing winds so stay well hydrated. To visit Valley of the Winds and other attractions in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, use our Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park trip itinerary website.
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  • We drove to kata tjuta (approx 40 min drive from the resort) and made sure to stop at all viewing points for photo op’s. ​​ ​​you will enter the national park so make sure you prepay / Download you.....  more
    We drove to kata tjuta (approx 40 min drive from the resort) and made sure to stop at all viewing points for photo op’s. ​​ ​​you will enter the national park so make sure you prepay / Download you.....  more »
  • 📍Kata Tjuṯa - Valley of the Winds walk 🥾 7.4km grade 4 hike On a gloomy morning we headed to the Kata Tjuṯa Dunes Viewing Area to watch a non-existent sunrise with about 200 other people 😂 We.....  more
    📍Kata Tjuṯa - Valley of the Winds walk 🥾 7.4km grade 4 hike On a gloomy morning we headed to the Kata Tjuṯa Dunes Viewing Area to watch a non-existent sunrise with about 200 other people 😂 We.....  more »
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  • Amazing. The full walk was tough and not that rewarding. Next time we would go to the 2nd lookout the return the same way. Shorter, easier walk and better scenery. Highly recommended if you're fit'ish. It is a grade 4 walk.
  • Beautiful area, the walk up to the first look out is very easy and accessible to most people. it is a bit rocky so you need to be sure footed, but you would only need to be able to walk about 2.2 km and there are places to sit. The only bathrooms are at the viewing area so keep that in mind before heading in.

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