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Grade 5 Walking Tracks in Western Australia

Grade 5 (Difficult) trails are suitable for highly experienced self-reliant walkers with specialised skills including map and compass navigation and remote area first aid. Click here for more information on the hike grading system in Australia. Discover the best grade 5 trails in Western Australia, Australia.

Grade 5

Yoorrnging Geranyem Banan Trail (4km)

Grade 5

Mount Meharry Summit Walk (16km)

Grade 5

Piccaninny Gorge Hike (40km)

Grade 5

Murchison River Gorge Walk (38km)

Grade 5

The Gully Trail Walk (6km)

Grade 5

Stirling Range Ridge Traverse Hike (19.5km)

Grade 5

Castle Rock Walk (4.5km)

Grade 5

Hancock Gorge & Kermits Pool Walk (1.5km)

Grade 5

Frenchman Peak Trail (3km)

Grade 5

Mount Augustus Summit Trail Walk (12km)

Grade 5

Mount Ragged Trail Walk (3km)

Grade 5

Mount Arid Walk (4km)

Grade 5

Mount Bruce Summit Hike (11km)

Grade 5

Mount Magog Hike (7km)

Grade 5

Mount Toolbrunup Summit Hike (4km)

Grade 5

Handrail Pool Walk (1.5km)

Grade 5

Talyuberlup Trail Walk (2.6km)

Grade 5 (Difficult)

Walks for the Most Experienced: Grade 5 represents the most challenging walking tracks on the AWTGS. These are only recommended for very experienced and fit walkers with specialised skills, including navigation and emergency first aid. Tracks are likely to be very rough, very steep, and unmarked. Walks may be more than 20 kilometers. These challenging walks demand a high level of fitness and experience to navigate difficult terrain, significant elevation changes, and potentially unformed paths.