Grand High Tops Walk - Warrumbungle National Park

The majestic Grand High Tops mountain area in Warrumbungle National Park features iconic landforms like the Bread-knife and 1200-metre Bluff Mountain with its stone cap. The area is regarded as one of the state’s top bushwalking destinations. For a moderately difficult walk, you can take the 14‑kilometre route along the shaded Spirey Creek valley, through eucalypt forest and woodland displaying wildflowers in spring, returning on West Spirey Creek. A more demanding trek could take three days, including plenty of side trips, such as the summits of Bluff Mountain and Mount Exmouth. There were major bushfires in this area in 2012, so check with a park ranger before visiting to find out what is open.

NNP Coonabarabran, (02) 6825 4364.

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