Hancock Gorge and Kermits Pool

Via Banjima Dr West, Karijini National Park, 6751

Hancock Gorge is simply stunning, but best experienced with a Karijini tour guide.

After climbing down a ladder, you walk deep into the gorge, through narrow chambers and past beautiful rock pools.

This trail, although short, is the most exciting trail in the park, leading you through a narrow canyon to a natural amphitheatre and onwards through the infamous Spider Walk to the green waters of Kermits Pool.

Hancock Gorge is accessed via a Class 2 trail from the Weano Recreation carpark, with a spur trail linking this part of the Hancock Gorge trail to the Oxer and Junction Pool lookouts walking trail. Caution should be taken when entering Hancock Gorge.

Hancock Gorge and Kermits Pool

Hancock Gorge and Kermits Pool

Hancock Gorge and Kermits Pool

Hancock Gorge and Kermits Pool

Hancock Gorge and Kermits Pool

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