Known for its exposed granite cliffs, the craggy landscape of Mt Walsh National Park offers excellent hiking for bushwalkers. Rising to 703m above sea level in the Coastal Range, Mount Walsh National Park is a rugged park with spectacular outcrops and cliffs. The “Bluff” area of Mount Walsh, at the park’s northern end, is a prominent landmark in the Biggenden area. A 300m trail leads from the picnic area through open forest to a rocky creek gully fringed with dry rainforest. Continue 200m to the treeline for views over the surrounding countryside.