Walpole provides visitors with many different types of bushwalking experiences.
- Walks of half a day or less can be done at:
- Mt Frankland
- Mt Clare
- Mt Pingerup
- Mt Burnett
- Horseyard Hill walktrail, Pioneer Park
- Hilltop Giant Tingle Tree
- Coalmine Beach Heritage Trail
- Rest Point to Sandy Beach Trail
Longer walks are available using the Bibbulmun Track and the Nuyts Trail to Thompson Cove.
Walking through any piece of natural bushland is as close as youll get to being at one with nature. To be surrounded by the sounds, colours, smells and different types of life forms with which you share this planet is both enlightening and exhilarating.
Bushwalking is one of the most pleasurable activities Southern Forests has to offer, and whats more, its good for you. It is one of the least expensive forms of excercise and one of the most beneficial. It can ease stiffness, improve cardiovascular fitness, reduce stress, help control weight and is especially beneficial if done regularly. Walking is probably the single most important form of physical activity for many people and its enjoyable too.