Grade 5

Mount Beerburrum Summit Walk (3.5km)

Glass House Mountains National Park



2 hrs

Grade 5






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Mount Beerburrum Summit Walk (3.5km)

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Mount Beerburrum Summit Walk (3.5km)

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Mount Beerburrum Summit Walk (3.5km)

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Mount Beerburrum Summit Walk (3.5km)

1 Review on “Mount Beerburrum Summit Walk (3.5km)”

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  • Avatar of Darren Edwards Darren Edwards Trail Author

    This summit trek offered a challenging experience thanks to the unexpected downpour. The initial 1 kilometer through the bush was a breeze – a clear, flat trail with no difficulties. However, things changed dramatically when we reached the paved section. The incline here was incredibly steep. While pavement might seem preferable on an ascent, the angle made it surprisingly challenging.

    Surprisingly, the ascent wasn’t the biggest hurdle. Even with worn-out shoes and limited grip, I managed to climb without much trouble. However, the descent in pouring rain was a different story. The combination of steepness and slippery pavement made it quite tricky, requiring a good level of hill fitness and caution for anyone with knee problems. This is definitely a hike for those seeking a challenge.

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Mount Beerburrum

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