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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  • Did this walk in June and Kata Tjuta truly is a magical place. Valley of the Winds walk was a lovely walk with amazing views up the top. Flies were a bit annoying but definite worth doing. 
    Did this walk in June and Kata Tjuta truly is a magical place. Valley of the Winds walk was a lovely walk with amazing views up the top. Flies were a bit annoying but definite worth doing.  more »
  • Fabulous walk! You can do the whole 4 hour loop or just go half way. Both are rewarding. The pay off views are spectacular and the walk itself is amazing. Lots of lovely zebra finches zooming around. 
    Fabulous walk! You can do the whole 4 hour loop or just go half way. Both are rewarding. The pay off views are spectacular and the walk itself is amazing. Lots of lovely zebra finches zooming around.  more »
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  • Medium sized rocks on the ground so very tough terrain for a pram. First lookout is about 1.5km in so disable to carry a bub. Worth a look! Picnic area (sunset view spot 1km back up the drive) has toilets and a place to sit for lunch.
  • We only went as far as the first lookout. Good walk with a few rough spots but not difficult for the person of average fitness. Some nice scenery along the way and at the end. Not spectacular, but worth while. 1 hours walk to the first lookout and back. I,ve been told it is better scenery further on. All good Jim

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