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Uluru Base Walk

Uluru Base Walk

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04 Jun 2016

The Uluru Base Walk is a ten kilometres loop walk around the perimeter of this huge rock. We decided to ride our bikes along this path and are very pleased as it was quite a hot day. This was a great way to see the rock from all directions and we stopped often to take photos.  There are several areas around Uluru that are culturally sensitive and you are asked not to photograph or film these areas - they are clearly marked on the map and signs are posted on the walking track.

We parked at the Mala car park and unloaded the bikes and headed off in an anti-clockwise direction. We were riding against the wind for the first part which was a little difficult as parts of the track are very sandy. There are several water stations along the way to enable people to refill water bottles.  It is very important to drink plenty of water on these walks within Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park otherwise you can become dehydrated very quickly. You are also advised to wear a hat, sunscreen and sensible shoes - common sense really when walking in this part of Australia. It is suggested the you aim to finish this walk by 11 am in the hot weather which means starting well before 8 in the morning.

Riding or walking along the Uluru Base Walk is definitely a great way to experience the enormity of this iconic feature.  We were very hot when we returned to the car and I had to laugh at a comment made by a fellow traveller who said "after a long walk at Uluru, taking your walking shoes off and putting tongs on is almost as good as a cold beer – almost”. 

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