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This could almost qualify as `Must Not See` activity. The traditional owners of the National Park, the Anangu, ask visitors not to climb Uluru.
The decision of whether or not to climb is entirely up to you. There are plenty of great activities in the National Park that do not involve climbing, among them walking around Uluru and walking through the Valley of the Kings at Kata Tjuta.
Having said that, I climbed Ayers Rock four times (once for each year I lived there) - 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000.
Directions: Make sure you climb at the designated place! There is one way up and down. There is a chain, as well as painted white lines on top of the monolith to guide you.
The climb takes about 90 minutes return.
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