Uluru Climb

Michael John

Oatley, Australia

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I visited the great rock a number of years ago and made the climb. It is quite steep (60°) and requires chains in some sections. These chains can be seen in the photo.

Climbing Uluru is a popular attraction for visitors. A chain handhold added in 1964 and extended in 1976 makes the hour-long climb easier, but it is still a long (800m) and steep hike to the top.

Ayers Rock, also referred to as Uluru, is a large arkose sandstone rock formation in the Northern Territory, central Australia.

Uluru is a part of the Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park and is listed as a World Heritage Site. It is one of Australia’s most recognisable natural icons.

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