Red Rock Trail – this 8km trail over rocks, beach, and more rocks is stunning, peaceful, and sweaty if the sun is out. It’s in full sun, slather on the sun screen, grab some water, and let’s hit the trail. Check out the photos below. We even saw some beach creatures.
Red Rock Trail
If you’re wanting to hike this 2 hour trail, then check out the map on All Trails. You’ll see that it’s an in and out hike, also, be careful on the rocks. There are a lot of bluffs. We went at low tide which was awesome since we got to check out some of the pools – yet it made for a slippery time! Luckily, we didn’t slip or get wet.
We parked in the shared lot – and the road in says it’s not recommended for 2WD, you’ll be fine – we had a small hatchback and made it. Just be sure the road isn’t too soft after rain or flooding and you’ll be good.
Check out that rock! It’s so red. This is the one trail we saw wild kangaroos on. It was super neat. We heard some rustling in the bush, and we knew to stop and stay calm. We spotted them about 15 feet away from us, just doing their thing. Nature is awesome.
As you can see, the bluffs are a little challenging if you’re not prepared. I’d say leave the flip-flops at home and hike in well treaded shoes or boots. Walking on the sand, though, it’s easy at low tide since the beach is well packed.
Check out this beach creature – it’s so big!
The scenery was very diverse – from beaches to palm trees, then rock and bush all in between, it was a great hike.
Thanks for stopping by and I’ll see you again soon.