Heading deep into the countryside from Stanley village, a trail emerges next to the Stanley Fort bus terminus, skirting around the military base. Look back en route to see the village getting further and further away.
The first section is a long staircase up towards the trigonometry point. Then head into the bushes through the dirt paths with the coloured ribbons. You are now at the top of the hill with views of the surrounding oceans and Stanley Prison behind you.
Then it is a slippery ride down the sandy path downhill to the infamous Rhino Rock.
The Rhino Rock is very tall and requires good skill to scale from the back by climbing up an adjacent tree.
Although it only takes about 30-45 minutes from the bus terminus to this rock, the path is sandy and slippery so bring gloves and a hiking stick with you.