3 Day Cape to Cape Trek

From: $360.00

Availability: 10-12 Apr 2022, 11-13 Dec 2022

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A gorgeous short trek on the beautiful West Australian coast.  The Cape to Cape Track follows the coast from Cape Naturaliste along the beautiful Indian Ocean to Cape Leeuwin.   We walk an average of 13km per day, 3 – 4 hours of walking.

Day One:  Cape Naturaliste to Yallingup : We begin at Cape Naturaliste where we first visit the Lighthouse and then follow the boardwalk along the coast with incredible views to Sugarloaf Rock.  From there the path is rough and follows the edge of the cliff tops with expansive views.   As we get closer to Yallingup the track goes inland on a sandy 4wd track coming out at the top of Yallingup Beach.
Day Two: Canal Rocks to Moses Rock Campsite: We are picked up and transported to the start of the track at Canal Rocks (or end of Smiths Beach if group is walking well) and climb up to panoramic views over the ocean, then pass through the surfing mecca of Injidup where we can take in more views and watch the surfers whilst eating our lunch. Our campsite is at Moses Rock which is great for getting those sunset over the ocean photos.
Day Three: Moses Rock to Gracetown: Our last day we follow the coast with amazing ocean views to arrive at Gracetown.

Start:     8.00am Dunsborough Visitors Centre
Finish:  1.30pm Dunsborough Visitors Centre
(Perth to Dunsborough 2hr 50min est).

Ex Dunsborough your  journey experience includes:
Ultralight backpack, cover
Waterproof sleeping gear liner
Tent
Trek pole
Gaiters
Pre-trek briefing via email and zoom
Pre-trek Face to Face meeting
3 x days of guided hiking
Camping fees
Transport Day 1, 2 & 3

For terms & conditions 

This trek meets the requirements of:
Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award
          Adventurous journey
Bronze – Practice & Qualifying
Silver – Practice
Silver  – Qualifying

Simply Trekking endorses and includes in all guide training child safety policies as set out in https://dukeofed.com.au/about-the-award/the-award/safeguarding/
and https://www.ccyp.wa.gov.au/our-work/child-safe-organisations-wa/