Its western end is on the Telegraph
Road, a twenty-ish kilometres south of Batavia Downs.
It is mostly a level and easy track, with a couple of exceptions, but definitely easier than the Old Telegraph Track.
After starting off cruisy and level in the western end,
... a bit later there are a few washouts.
That continues on and off but mostly very easy, at least in the late Dry season.
Then you come to the first river crossing - Wenlock River.
Unlike Wenlock on Frenchman's, where it is a short crossing,
... on the Falls Track the crossing of this river is very wide.
It is easy in the late Dry season, just rocky,
... but early in the season a lot of the area is under water.
After you climb out after crossing it, the Falls track gets level and cruisy again.
Bit muddy in places, where you can see how boggy it is early in the Dry,
... and sandy in other places,
... until you come to Pascoe, and unlike the Pascoe River crossing on Frenchmans, this is an easy one.
After Pascoe you come to a junction to Frenchie's, and an old camping site,
... before the track widens, and comes out on the road to Lockhart River, Portland Roads and Iron Range.
The pics above have been taken in the late Dry - the Falls Track, (like everything else), will be very different - a lot wetter - early in the season.
UPDATE 2015 this track is no longer accessible without permission (details in the Destination Guide).
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