An easier walk on the Cape to Cape track

Cape to Cape Track

Not Sure if You’re Ready to Walk The Full Cape to Cape Track?

Let’s be honest, walking the full 135km of the Cape to Cape Track from end to end can be an intimidating thought, especially if it’s your first long distance walk. Whilst with enough physical preparation, the track is achievable for anyone, for some the thought of walking between 16-25km each day, for 7 days in a row is too much too bare.

With this in mind, we have designed a tour that is perfect for those that want to dip their toes in the water before diving right in. Our 5 day Cape to Cape Highlights trip samples the best sections of the track, as well as visiting some of the other sites that the Margaret River Region is famous for. Wineries anyone??? With shorter walking distances that are manageable for even the most novice of walkers, this trip is the perfect sampler to see if this hiking business is for you. 

So far, our guests have felt the same. See what they’ve had to say on our TripAdvisor page – Inspiration Outdoors TripAdvisor Reviews

Day 1 – Cape Naturaliste

We leave the hustle and bustle of Perth City behind as we drive south towards the beautiful Margaret River Area. You’ll walk a spectacular 7km today after a picnic lunch. There are a few rocky bits and some hilly challenges but the view here will be well worth it.

Day 1 Cape to Cape Track

Day 2 – Yallingup to Injidup

Today we walk 9km through the Yallingup area, definitely one of our favourite sections with the stunning red granite rocks and boulders in contrast to the white sand beaches and turquoise waters. We start walking earlier today than yesterday, which means we’ll finish earlier with ample time to visit some local wineries and look around the Margaret River township.

Day 3 – Moses Rock to Gracetown

A fairly full day of easy going walking today, clocking in at 16km.  There are a few hills and some beach walking. The coastal from cliff-top vantage points, the red rocks of Willyabrup, amongst some pretty wild surf breaks will keep you  captivated today
We’ll finish in the Gracetown township where you can enjoy a refreshing swim in the bay.  After the walk, we will head to a local botanical artist gallery to view her stunning studio and “Chapel of Flowers”.

Day 4 – Redgate Beach to Contos or Boranup Forest

Today is a day viewed by many as the best 12 kms on the track! We’ll walk from Redgate Beach to Bob’s Hollow where we walk over limestone crags and caverns.

Day 5 – Cape Leeuwin

Our final walk on our 5 day highlights tour. We finish by walking into Cape Leeuwin

Cape Leeuwin lighthouse

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