Beeripmo Walk (20.6km)

Mount Cole State Forest, Mount Buangor State Park



1-2 days

Grade 4


Hike summary

Route and GPX file

Trail Features

Gear you might need

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Access Conditions

Getting there

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About the region

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Acknowledgement of Country

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0 Reviews on “Beeripmo Walk (20.6km)”

Overall rating
  • Great walk and very well signposted. Initial section is reasonably steep – will get the heart pumping.

  • Great walk, completed this in the June weekend 2018. Lots and lots of other hikers on the trail and so the campsite was packed. Freezing cold during the night so take a good sleeping bag and warm clothes. Plenty of fire wood but it was sopping wet so it took a bit to get going.
    We took a wrong turn at Mugwamp Hut and ended up at Mt Buangor which we hadn’t planned on, but the lookout there was spectacular and worth the 5km detour.
    Trekking poles recommended especially with the steady but sometimes steep down hill on the second day.

  • Hi.
    Do you do this hike clockwise or anticlockwise? Any recommendations for middle aged gent who is of medium fitness.

  • Sian Bennell

    David, Rachel Raa Raa

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