The Olgas, also known by their original name of Kata Tjuta (meaning many heads), is a rock formation of the same origin as the nearby Uluru, and together form a single National Park. It is not a single monolith, but several formations of a similar height and rounded shapes. As in Uluru, its shape changes significantly as you approach them, and the trails are spectacular. It is about 25km from Uluru and the road connecting the two sites is the very best of the entire park. The largest one is known as the Valley of The Winds. It runs through the central canyon and provides spectacular views from its two balconies.