Looking for a great trail near Mount Cooke, Western Australia? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails, walking trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Kalamunda National Park, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 5 moderate trails in Mount Cooke ranging from 4.8 to 25.1 miles and from 1,003 to 1,847 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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rocky
1 month ago

We parked at Cooke Plantation and did the loop. Plenty of wildflowers out and the views are amazing. Huge boulders and rock formations. The rock cairns are helpful when the track disappears.

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rocky
1 month ago

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scramble
1 month ago

Trail run, great for an afternoon hike, went clockwise

Amazing wildflowers everywhere. We picked the right time! A beautiful varied track.

on Mount Cooke Loop

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rocky
2 months ago

the 1st half is steep in places, the granite rocks can be slippery when wet so i would recommend good boots. the 2nd half track is easier and not so steep. it isn't signposted very well. views are good.

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muddy
2 months ago

Nice trail, first half is much nicer than the second. Beautiful wildflowers

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rocky
3 months ago

Beautiful walk up and across Mt. Vincent. Looked down through to the valleys filled with trapped low clouds as the sun was continuing to rise.

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rocky
3 months ago

Generally easy to follow the established hiking track, no signposts though till you get to the Bib track component of the hike. Crossing large granite boulders you can easily get off track though someone has gone through and made rock stacks to assist in guiding across the larger rocks.

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4 months ago

10/10 beautiful

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4 months ago

Did the smaller of the hikes as I had new boots to break in , but it was a decent hike , it was raining first up and like someone already said the rocks are very slippery without poles , seen plenty of wildlife on the way round and had a great morning ,

Definitely one of the beat day hikes close to Perth

No fan of in and outs... would also recommend finishing off at the main rock plateau, instead of walking all the way to the campsite. Instead, I'd add Mt Cooke as an extension.

A different trail to originally recorded. Good slopes on Mt Cuthbert and Mt Vincent to the south.

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6 months ago

Great walk. Didn’t see much wildlife but the views at the summit were fantastic.

Wet and wonderful day, love the cave.

Long day-walk - but good variety of scenery. Unfortuately a lot of the Mt Cooke section of Bibbulan Track is on 4WD trails. https://hikingtheworld.blog/2019/04/11/monadnocks-mt-cooke-loop-bibbulman-track/

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7 months ago

We started off from Sullivan's Rock and walked to Mt Cooke. The start was a pretty flat and easy walk... But as you go along the climb get steep. It's an enjoyable walk with lots to see along the way.

It’s a decent hike I got there early to see the sunrise come up and it looked fantastic, very busy at the campsite so didn’t stay long , well worth the drive out

Excellent trail woth amazing views. Even better during the wintet months.

Sun Jul 08 2018

we completed this loop in the morning after overnight rains, ascending the southern side the rocks were quite slippery due to the weather so something to watch out for, should not be a bother in good weather, great views from the top where we stopped for morning tea, once off the bib track there wasn't any markers that we could see so we just referred to the map on all trails which did the job.

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Sun Apr 29 2018

Not sure I would rate this as a grade 4. Just take your time and enjoy the view. Well sign posted with spectacular views. No mobile phone coverage if your with Optus

Mon Apr 09 2018

Wandoo trees in eastern lee of Mt Cooke are unique amidst the jarrah forest. Once up the southern approach there is a long ridge north which is easy to walk. Good path. We used the Bibbulmun Track from the south/power pole road rather than the loop as described.

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29 days ago

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