We headed off to Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve to hike it to Gilbraltar Rocks.
The walk startd as a nice stroll through grassland and light bush. Soon the track endede and we followed a fire trail up and up and up. Eventually, we reached a small bench and then it was a steep short downhill walk to the start of the rocks.
The trail turned into a track and meandered up and amongst the large boulders that formed Gilbraltar Rocks. It was very misty when we arrived but after a short time the mist cleared to a higher level providing a view of the immediate area. It was a lot of fun scrambling over the rocks and peering over the abyss below.
The walk back was hard has well due to the steepness of the trail.
It took 2 1/2 hours for the trek. This included a lot of mucking around on the rocks.
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