This walk is the first section of the Creek to Coast Trail which is a 9 km one way hike from the center of the NP out to the coast.
A challenging half day hike out of Airlie Beach. See Airlie Beach and The Whitsunday Passage from another perspective.
Explore Abell Point Marina, Airlie Lagoon and the centre of town on this easy and accessible walk along the foreshore.
A walk with something for everyone, easy and accesible wander to the first lookout over Cooktown, take the trail to the second lookout for the more adventurous or hike to the summit for those with a high level of fitness.
An easy stroll or fast walk, Four Mile Beach Port Douglas is just spectacular in late winter.
There are numerous lookouts along the way with spectacular views, in particular at the summit. From here, looking north, we were greeted with coastal views to Fan Rock, Yeppoon Harbour and Yeppoon Village. Looking south we could see Emu Park and beyond.
The walk along the beach is quite something, turquoise waters specked with white caps from the easterly cooling breeze, leading your gaze out across the Kepple Isles Bay to the subtropical islands at the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef.
A lovely walk through the countryside around Kin Kin through dairy cattle country.
Winding through the Mary Cairncross Reserve this is a wonderful way to view some of the Sunshine Coast Hinterlands natural rainforests and if your lucky catch a glimpse of some unique wildlife including the Red Legged Pademelon, a small wallaby like marsupial.
Start: Vaison-la-Romaine End: Vaison-la-Romaine via Le Crestet Distance: 11 km Time: 4hrs Grade: Easy This walk starts from our hotel in the old Roman town of Vaison-la-Romaine. The cobbled stone roads wind through some truely beautiful ancient buildings with so much character. Vines drape over walls and potted plants hang from windows throughout. At the … Continue reading Day 1 Vaison to Le Crestet – Provance