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One of the world's famous natural wonders-Uluru (Ayers Rock) stands alone on an endless desert plain. It is like a desolate and praise-like natural monument that transcends time and space. In the light of sunrise or sunset, this huge 348-meter-high rock will change from its original ochre color to a bright orange yellow as the light changes, and finally turn into a bright red. The magnificence of the scene makes People are breathtaking. And hiking is one of the best ways to explore Uluru!
Uluru trek for 10 kilometers, 3.5 hours
Uluru (Ayers Rock) is the most beautiful at sunrise and sunset. Why not go to Uluru at sunrise for a sunrise stroll. Around Uluru, there is a circular trail with a length of about 10 kilometers. The walk starts from the Mala Carpark before sunrise, just in time to complete the journey when the sun is fully up. The trip that takes about three and a half hours will take you to appreciate the different forms of Uluru from all angles. If it happens to be raining, you can see and experience the magical waterfall landscape. In the warm season, the noisy chaffinch also adds a lot of fun to the stroll along the way. For birdwatchers, you may see black-breasted vultures or brown frog-billed nighthawks. The cave used by the Anangu is still well preserved. On the way to the sunrise, you will pass a temple where the aboriginals pay homage. The walls of the cave retain prehistoric murals and rock carvings, most of which are in the form of animals and express the beliefs of the aborigines. totem. After tens of thousands of years, these murals are still faintly recognizable.
The circular trail is the most comprehensive Uluru (Ayers Rock) walking tour. It requires a certain amount of physical strength and time. If you do not arrange sufficient play time and time, if you do not arrange sufficient play time, you can also choose The Liru Walk, Mala Walk and Kantju Gorge, Lungkata Walk or Kuniya Walk all take less than 1.5 hours.
1 hour trek at Mutitjulu water hole
There is another beautiful legend. A female snake (Kuniya) passed through this area and reproduced here (the cave I saw in the morning), but was surprised to find a male snake (Liru) was about to harm her child. Kuniya shot Liru with a spear and chopped off his head, leaving a mark on Uluru. After defeating Liru, Kuniya became the water god to guard Uluru and the indigenous people living there. The shot of the road up to the path is a spring water and the famous heart-shaped rock. This is the only permanent water source in the Uluru area. It was once the foundation for the survival of the Anangu people within a few miles.
Kata Tjuta Valley of the Wind Trek 8 km, 3 hours
Kata Tjuta (Kata Tjuta), also known as Oga Rock, Olgas Stone Circle and The Olgas, is located 35 kilometers west of Uluru and consists of 36 domed rock masses. Valley of the Winds (Valley of the Winds) is located within the Kata Tjuta Stonehenge and is a walking route of about 8 kilometers. It takes about 2-3 hours to hike along the winding trail paved with red stones in Jinnai into the depths of the Valley of the Wind Canyon. During the hike, you will pass the strong red cliffs, accompanied by the blue sky and white clouds in the sky and the surrounding lush green desert plants, as well as the sound of wind and birdsong everywhere, making you feel as if you are entering another mysterious country, real and ethereal. In addition, you will also encounter rare inland wallabies and many rare plants that are only found in the Valley of the Wind. At the end of the Valley of the Wind, you can enjoy the spectacular sunset view of Kata Tjuta and marvel at the nature Amazing beauty created by magical power.
Kata Tjutahuapa Canyon 2.6km round trip, 1 hour
On this medium-difficulty trail, people will go to the foot of the Kata Chuka boulder, looking for various rare plants living in the valley bottom. Due to the erosion of the years, the bottom of the Wapa Canyon is full of rocks falling from the rocks of Kata Chuka. The enchanting red and blue sky and the dense and green plants complement each other, which is shocking and also very charming.
Hiking on the ridge of the Valley of the Kings for 6 kilometers and 3.5 hours
The 6-kilometer hiking trail of the Valley of the Kings is a challenging exercise. You will see unparalleled magnificent scenery on the way: weather-beaten, huge eroded hills known as "the Lost City"; hidden and permanent Waterholes and gorges with rich vegetation-the Garden of Eden (Garden of Eden). The entire 6-kilometer hike takes about three to four hours and is suitable for tourists with good physical fitness and considerable hiking experience. For those with less physical strength, there is also the opportunity to get close to nature-the Kings Creek hiking route. This route is shorter and simpler. It only takes about 1 hour and can lead directly to the Valley of the Kings. center. The imperial river hiking route can also appreciate the rich colors of the imperial valley from milky white to deep purple, and you can see the almost vertical sandstone cliffs and the tenacious lush palms living in the cracks of the rocks.
Walking 2.6 kilometers to the Emperor Creek, 1 hour round trip
Compared with the Imperial Valley Ridge Trail, the Imperial Creek Trail is obviously much more relaxed and suitable for family strolling and viewing experience. This trail runs along the winding Kings Creek at the bottom of the valley. People can admire the magnificent and magnificent cliffs of Kings Valley from the viewing platform at the end of the trail, admiring the magic of nature.
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