Davies Creek Falls are the focal point of Davies Creek National Park. The falls are 2km beyond the camping area at Davies Creek, on Davies Creek Road. A circuit path accesses two lookouts next to the falls, and then winds along the creekbank to a picnic area further upstream, before returning to the carpark. The lookouts offer a panorama of the northern Tableland and views of the gorge and the 75 metre waterfall. The Falls Circuit Walk is rated as easy, is 850m and takes about 20 minutes to complete. Make sure you take water.
Kahlpahlim Rock is the highest point of the Lamb Range, a huge granite massif that looms large above the surrounding mountains. Two trailheads, 4km apart, offer walkers totally different ecological experiences. The two trails converge on a ridge 1km from Kahlpahlim Rock. At Kahlpahlim Rock you can enjoy spectacular views over the Atherton Tableland and Cairns. The walk can also be undertaken as a circuit by returning on the alternative trail. The strenuous return walk takes about 6 hours, depending on your level of fitness and the route you choose.
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