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Summits walking track is a 2.1km, grade 3 Return hike located in the Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area, NSW. The hike should take approximately 45mins to complete.
Summits walking track connects two of the park’s summits, Mount Canobolas (also known as Old Man Canobolas) and Young Man Canobolas, traversing a saddle between to two mountains and joining up with some of the other walking tracks along the way.
Before you head off on the walk, take some time to admire the scenic view from the summit of Old Man Canobolas; you’ll be able to see the town of Orange and surrounding countryside.
When you’re on your way, you’ll first hike along a downhill track that passes through snowgum grassy woodland. Keep an eye out for grey currawongs during summer and look for white throated tree creepers. From there, you’ll wind uphill to the summit of Young Man Canobolas.
If you’d like to turn this short walk into a longer day walk, you can join up with the Spring Glade, Snowgum or Nature tracks; look out for signage along the way.
About the Region
Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area
On entering Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area, follow Mount Canobolas Road all the way to the summit of Mount Canobolas. Road quality Roads may close when it snows (generally once or twice each winter).
Because of the altitude, the weather can change quite quickly. You should always check the weather forecast before setting out for a walk. It’s advisable to bring a jumper with you, and in winter always bring a raincoat and warm clothing.
Spring Glade, Snowgum and Nature walking tracks connect with Summits walking track – look for signage along the way
Remember to take your binoculars if you want to bird watch
Visit NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service for more information on this trail.
The longitude and latitude of the start and end points are approximately only and should not be used for navigation purposes. Please contact me if you know the correct coordinates.