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hiking
Sun Feb 17 2019

Beautiful trail, exciting walk. I didn’t have the app when I took it but I have been there twice and likes it twice! Relaxing lakes at the end, birds are singing all the way!

hiking
Sun Feb 17 2019

Well worth the effort. Spectacular views at Summit. Take the track where pine posts are as I went up a different one which was hard going, a bit of a calf killer. Underrated walk in my opinion

camping
Sun Feb 17 2019

Great walk not hard and amazing views. We'll worth to do.

hiking
off trail
rocky
Sun Feb 17 2019

hiking
rocky
Sun Feb 17 2019

Be prepared. Very steep. I found a stick it was very handy especially during the descend. Nice quite area on top to have a picnic. Even though the camera cannot capture a lot of scenery because of the trees the eye catches the beauty!

hiking
Sun Feb 17 2019

Very easy track, suitable for all ages and fitness levels.

hiking
Sun Feb 17 2019

Great hike for the kids.

hiking
Sat Feb 16 2019

Great for moderate hikers. Extra water a must in summer! The waterhole was a delight with lots of shade. Allow 3hrs.

hiking
no shade
off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
Sat Feb 16 2019

Pretty awesome early morning hike/traverse along the rock line

Sat Feb 16 2019

Good fun and not to hard

hiking
off trail
over grown
scramble
Sat Feb 16 2019

This is a genuine bush trail with plenty of forest & trees for any serious hiker. Plenty of fallen trees to navigate which at times might take you off trail. The entrance to the trail can easily be missed but look for the rocks at the entrance & enjoy the work. It was magnificent as the deeper one got, the more immersed you are in wild forest. The scramble down to the wreck is treacherous but mark with pink ribbons, so be careful but enjoy.

hiking
off trail
over grown
scramble
Sat Feb 16 2019

This is a genuine bush trail with plenty of forest & trees for any serious hiker. Plenty of fallen trees to navigate which at times might take you off trail. The entrance to the trail can easily be missed but look for the rocks at the entrance & enjoy the work. It was magnificent as the deeper one got, the more immersed you are in wild forest. The scramble down to the wreck is treacherous but mark with pink ribbons, so be careful but enjoy.

hiking
Sat Feb 16 2019

Honeyeater trail is open. The Conway circuit is closed. Check the national Park website. I checked with tourist info before driving here and they thought it was closed too because it was a part of the Conway circuit.

hiking
Sat Feb 16 2019

Short little walk through the QLD hinterland. Beautiful views - took us about 30 min, very easy.

hiking
Sat Feb 16 2019

Don't limit yourself to the marked paths. Head off track for a much better nature experience. But not the closed riverbank areas, they're regenerating.

hiking
muddy
rocky
scramble
Fri Feb 15 2019

scramble
Fri Feb 15 2019

awesome trek. start early and allow around 8 hours

hiking
Thu Feb 14 2019

small loop for walkers, managed to get nearly 8kms done utilising the bike track but wouldn't recommend without a pushbike. saw a fair few snakes

hiking
scramble
Thu Feb 14 2019

I loved the ruggedness of this track, although if it was after rain it would be a muddy challenge at the start. The brief pockets of views only makes it more tantalising.

walking
rocky
Wed Feb 13 2019

Good high intensity short trail with great view at the end. Plus a water fountain and rest area at the end

hiking
Wed Feb 13 2019

I enjoyed it,recommend early morning, can get hot later in the day. More a fire break road then a trail,The view at Northbrook Mountain lookout is incredible, I was going to do the detour trail,but not real well marked,plus I was solo hiking, so another time.

Wed Feb 13 2019

Be prepared for hills.more a fire break road then a trail. varied forests.interesting cliff formations. Great views from top of Northbrook Mountain. Yes.there is a detour trail.i started on it but not well marked,and looked steep.i was solo hiking, so i will definitely do the detour another day. i enjoyed the hike.

hiking
Wed Feb 13 2019

This is a great hike for a good workout, I would recommend doing earlier in the morning from November-March as it’s very humid later on in the mornings and very hot, but you can go a little later in the other months of the year. It takes about 1 hour and 30 mins-2 hours depending on how fast you walk it. You can also take dogs on this walk

hiking
blowdown
over grown
Tue Feb 12 2019

A really pleasant walk through a variety of forest types with a great lookout over lake Somerset; a perfect place to stop for lunch. Overall, the trail was well defined with outstanding signage, there were a few downed trees that crossed the path, and some mild over growth in areas. Nothing too strenuous to surmount, but worth being aware of. Despite starting later than I should have, 1000, I was lucky that the day was not higher than 20 ºC; though in future I would certainly start with the sun. One could be reasonably confident about completing this trail in 3 hours without stopping, but on a summer's day the breeze at the lookout is worth stopping for. Would definitely do again.

scramble
Mon Feb 11 2019

Maybe I'm just weak, but I found this to be a hard trail, not moderate. take LOTS of water and be prepared for a very steep incline about 35% og the way through.

walking
Mon Feb 11 2019

Easy trail, wide track with a couple lookout scattered on way. Most parts are exposed without shades, quite hot during midday in summer. Do bring plenty of water. Great view at the end of trail. Would love to try a dust walk as it should have a lovely sunset from the top.

hiking
Sun Feb 10 2019

This trail is a good short 60-70min up and down for people of relative fitness. Well kept paths and good signs

Sun Feb 10 2019

more a suburban park walk then a hike. mainly eucalyptus forest, start early in summer, gets hot quickly. koalas are there.i never saw any. bitumen tracks ,and small dirt circuit tracks..having said that it was enjoyable. Oh yes ,take time out to go to Mt Gravatt lookout cafe.great views and yummy coffee

Sun Feb 10 2019

nice walk.early morning is best in summer, gets hot as mainly eucalyptus forest. Saw a Koala bear .

Sun Feb 10 2019

this trail entrance was hard to find. it starts as walking on the 4wd trail off Marshs rd, just past the Mt Tibrogargan carpark (heading away from Mt tibrogargan then past its carpark. I suggest hiking while watching where you are on the map compared to the red trail line on the map here, due to the lack of signage. we didnt come across anyone else on a Saturday afternoon. we came to where we assumed was the end of the trail but glad we had the Alltrails map open because we followed it to the very end where there was some rock scrambling.. not much. my husbands favourite of the four Glasshouse mountains we have hiked! use mosquito spray.. they were biting us in large numbers at certain points in the trail! spectacular view of tibrogargan, coonowrin, mt beerwah, the twins etc. I read online that kids could do this, but I wouldnt take my children due to the rock scrambling and have to be careful near the edges.. its such a long way to drop. not a long hike so theres a fair bit of steep hiking. 4 stars

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