It starts in Daintree Village
and ends in the Aboriginal
which is in the
northern end of Bloomfield
Then you enter the rainforest
- and it is beautiful.
The whole southern
half of the CREB track goes through Daintree
rainforest, and this is what I
think makes a lot of this track so beautiful.
It is really
lush, deep green and definitely so
typical for this part
What the CREB track is
most known for, if you ask around, is its steepness.
This really depends on what you are used to, as well as - what the
weather is like (obviously rain does make the slopes slippery).
some beautiful rainforest
creek crossings (the deepness of them also very much
the season and the recent rains),
.. a few
rougher bits, ...
.. a few good views
stripe you see on the mountain slope across
the valley is the continuing CREB track, you'll be there soon :-) ...
and a bit of steepness which is all good
until you get to the turnoff to Kija
- aka Roaring Meg Falls. First there is a camping site - the China
there is a track to a creek beach and a swimming hole, and another
track to the actual Roaring
The falls themselves are a sacred site, below is a photo of the
after the Roaring Meg Falls (actually, starting even a bit
south of it), is open woodland and not rainforest.
The rest of the CREB
easy - no steep slopes, just a drive.
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