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Hiking to the spectacular Corona Arch in Moab

Larger than all the arches in Arches National Park, the enormous Corona Arch is over 140 feet (42m) high. On the way is the smaller Bowtie Arch. While a popular hike, this trail just outside Moab is much less trafficked than many other hikes in the area.

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Coba Trig

Coba Trig in Marramarra National Park is reached via a route that’s partly on a firetrail, and partly off-track. Only the stone cairn remains.

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Padleys Pedestal Trig

Padleys Pedestal Trig is located at the highest lookout in the Blue Mountains, and offers outstanding views over the western edge of the Blue Mountains and Kanangra Walls.

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Turimetta Trig Station

Turimetta Trig Station

Turimetta Trig Station is a fairly ordinary concrete base, in a great location – it’s on the Turimetta Headland beween Warriewood Beach and Turimetta Beach.

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Granite Falls

Granite Falls

Granite Falls on the NSW south coast generally doesn’t have a high volume of water, but the river plunges off a 63m-high sheer granite cliff. A cantilevered platform provides a great view of the falls and valley below.

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Blackbutt Creek Track

A short, dog-friendly loop track though a small reserve in Ku-ring-gai. The Blackbutt Creek Track follows Blackbutt Creek and Falls Creek through tall forest,

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McWay Waterfall

A spectacular waterfall along the Californian Big Sur coastline, McWay Waterfall drops 25m directly onto the beach at McWay Cove.

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Woolshed Falls

Woolshed Falls cascades 15m over a series of granite ledges in the Chiltern-Mt Pilot National Park. The waterfall was also significant in Victoria’s goldrush history.

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Ryland trig station

Ryland Trig

The partly-destroyed Ryland Trig Station is reached by a short but somewhat arduous bush-bash along a ridge from the Ryland Trail.

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