Mount Torbreck (7.3km)

Mount Torbreck Scenic Reserve



3 hrs

Grade 3


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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  • Taariq Hassan

    We made a winter ascent of Mt . Torbreck on 27.7.16. The snow was quite deep higher up and it was snowing and very cold near the top. It is very steep and was a semi technical ascent . I had to kick steps using snow shoes and/or flexible crampons and I used the blade on a self arrest ski pole to climb up and to descend. Take a thermos of hot tea!. There is no mob. ph. coverage out there so take extra food, water warm clothing and a PLB for the ascent.

  • Went here on 17/12/2018 in sunny weather conditions. Rough trail as it’s very steep at some points and there are many obstacles, mainly broken trees, on the path. We started at the picnic table and after 1,25 hours we found ourselves standing on the large boulders mesmerized by the view. First hike in years which made it a very tough trip up, however the view was definitely worth it!

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