Ironstone Hill is claimed to be a four million year old extinct volcano that stands as a sentinel over Pingelly township.
Situated on Balfour Street, just past the school, the hill has been a favourite to some locals to enjoy the spectacular sunsets over a glass of red or just to wonder at the splendour of nature at its finest.
When the sun sets over the tree tops and welcomes the night, you'll enjoy flashes of burnt orange and hues of pinks and reds.
Mature Pingelly residents recall that in their youth the hill was a playing ground of secret tunnels and hiding holes.
I just imagine the laughter and children running back to the top to have another run down the slopes.
Today after assistance from Apex, Ironstone Hill has a pathway to the top, which can be traversed by anyone that can walk, to gain the summit. The brilliant views unfold the higher you get.
The more able can climb the rocks to get an even better view and pretend, as in the past when other similar children stood as they do, and smile at the conquest of even such a minimal climb.
Well worth the visit to feel the wind on your face and let imagination take you away at the top of Ironstone Hill.