The Valley of the Winds is a challenging walk through Kata Tjuta's domes that takes 3-4 hours to complete. The Valley of the Winds circuit is 7.4km long and contains rocky slopes and loose rocks that require care when navigating.
The Valley of the Winds is located within the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the Northern Territory of Australia. More specifically, it is situated at The Olgas, also known as Kata Tjuta, which is approximately 56 kilometers west of Uluru (Ayers Rock).
Kata Tjuta is a place of immense significance due to its stunning geological formations, cultural importance to the Anangu people, breath-taking scenery, unique flora and fauna, and the opportunity for exploration through walking trails. With its 36 massive rock domes, red-hued landscapes, and spiritual energy, Kata Tjuta offers visitors a chance to connect with nature, experience First Nations heritage, and immerse themselves in a captivating and spiritually uplifting environment.
To do the walks in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park you need a park pass. The pass can be purchased online or comes with any AATKings Kata Tjuta tour. Multiday or full day tours with professional tour guides are the best way to see everything Central Australia has to offer.