Bluff Knoll, Stirling Range National Park

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Mountain Nature / Park
An imposing, craggy peak towering over the southern landscape of Western Australia, Bluff Knoll has a striking appearance that makes it one of the state’s most impressive mountains. Reaching a height of 1,099m (3,606ft), Western Australia’s second-highest point is one of the few places in the state to experience regular snowfall. Make Bluff Knoll part of your personalized Stirling Range National Park itinerary using our Stirling Range National Park tourist route planner.
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  • Stunning vistas are your reward for a treacherous hike up the stoney, uneven and sometimes very steep steps. If you have knee problems or are unfit, you're going to suffer going down that pathway. Tak...  more »
  • Bluff Knoll is a fantastic walk/climb. From the carpark, the path leads across a valley before ascending. The trail is pretty easy with alot of steep stairs. Nothing too scary. Bluff Knoll is actually...  more »
  • Amazing how the vegetation changes as your altitude increases. From dirt tracks and thick bush, to a very rocky summit with a much clearer view. Tough climb though. I'm of average fitness level and ha...  more »