The Granite Skywalk is a suspended walkway that spirals around the huge granite outcrop of Castle Rock to the summit.
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The Granite Skywalk has two lookouts, a lower and upper one. The upper lookout perches over the side of Castle Rock and requires scrambling over rocks and climbing a ladder. There are spectacular views of the park and across undulating farmland to Albany on the south coast, with views to Mount Gardner and Mount Manypeaks to the south-east. This remote engineering marvel provides safe access and simulates a rock climbing perspective when suspended on ropes.
To view a video of the walk and lookouts click here.
To find out more about the construction of the Granite Skywalk have a look at the following youtube videos:
Introduction video http://youtu.be/fZhXoI3-j48
Construction video (short version) http://youtu.be/4rhJe9sSkHQ
Construction video (full version) http://youtu.be/596g-R2cNYs
Awesome Granite Skywalk: http://youtu.be/o5p4bwxcN6Q
The Granite Skywalk provides thrills for visitors as well as opportunities for nature appreciation along with other national park attractions in the area. The others are the Gap and Natural Bridge in Torndirrup National Park, the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk in Walpole-Nornalup National Park and the Wilderness View Lookout in Mount Frankland National Park.