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One of the best scenic trails in Victoria & the view from the summit is just breathtaking!

23 hours ago

The track was incredibly overgrown with weeds and there were what appeared to be pig diggings everywhere! On the plus side, I didn’t pass any other hikers so it’s nice and quiet. The view of the dam at the top is obstructed.

23 hours ago

Great views from the top and worth the steeper climb towards the end. Was less busy than Mt Cordeaux.

Great walk and surprisingly not too steep, considering the impressive views from the top.

Amazing views, great selection of terrain. Never got board on this walk, will do it again.

Absolutely loved this hike. My boyfriend and I completed it in 3h10m with around 15-20m at the top! It took us 1.5 hours to get to the summit. I am not outrageously fit so it was definitely challenging but so rewarding once you make it past the rock scramble! Beautiful views of both NSW and QLD.
I would of course recommend it and be sure to take a jumper for the top as it’s kind of chilly.

Short walk but stunning views

Nice view but don’t walk this one alone. Lots of kangeroos and wear longs .... lots of prickly bushes.

Love this hike. I do it at least one a month for the last 2 years. In July and August the flowers are amazing. When finished you can have a coffee at the coffee shop or a beer at the club.

Nice walk. Used to be more challenging and fun before they put all the stone and wooden steps. Still a pretty and enjoyable walk and it’s a nice meander along the canyon floor.

cold morning 3C - one of the most fascinating walks we have done
very easy by mountain hiking standards

Beautiful trail to walk-in all conditions.

Lovely coastal walk in winter, surf was rough but track was well looked after and a pleasure to walk. An easy fairly flat walk well suited to beginners however lots of people tend to visit. The toilets were not looked after very well.

Gorgeous walk where my gf and saw all sorts of wildlife from lyre birds to lizards, a snake, wallabys and more! Beautiful change in forest from bush at the top to rainforest down low by the creeks.

Be prepared to walk up hill! It’s beautiful. Go to Bald rock and soak up the views while you refuel. It’s all downhill from there ;-)
We saw three Lyrebirds along the way!

9 days ago

good workout and enjoyed the changing landscape.

10 days ago

New track through the forest is much nicer than the previous fire trail route. A few step sections along the way but nothing technical or exposed, although some base level of fitness would be recommended ie. probably not advised for the old or infirmed.

The trail terminates at the Yellowpinch summit at a cliff edge with a dramatic outlook on Mt Barney. Small children should be supervised closely here as there is no safety fence. New info sign points out the peaks and main points of interest.

Great work QPWS, this walk is now very much improved.

10 days ago

Began this hike/climb at 4AM. It was dark, but with torches it was doable. The first 15 minutes of the climb were the hardest (in my opinion) as it’s pretty steep but it levels out and becomes more gradual after that. My partner disagrees and says the last 15 minutes of the ascent was the hardest as you have to climb one handed or in the dark. The chain helps here a fair bit.
We saw and heard many birds, and as we went in winter.
When we arrived at the top, the sun was just about to rise. The experience was breathtaking and would definitely do it again.

Notes: Please don’t take a drone and ruin it for everyone else. The path is quite muddy so hike boots are advisable. Gloves would be nice at the top as there is a bit of wind.

12 days ago


12 days ago

Amazing place!!

a very easy walk. flat path.

A very easy walk. flat trail. wonderful views in parts and the occasional wallaby. Great for anyone is any fitness level

Honestly one of the prettiest hikes. I completed with a 4 hour hike in day one and a 5 hour hike day 2 (with the excursion to the figure 8 pools, which is totally awesome!!). Would definitely recommend it although there is a lot of elevation change.

Great walking trail with beautiful views. Limestone track all of the way except for the last half of the loop where it turns into a sand trail for a short distance. Moderate elevations & easy to walk. No specific parking at the start so just parked on the side of the road.

Great hike, loved the surroundings especially the Rocky Pools. The trail does have a steep, rocky climb but it is well worth it. Signs weren't very good so you do have to watch out to stay on the trail.

15 days ago

Prefer a tree canopy
Lots of prickly parrot bush

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.

Trail was moderate until I hit greaves creek. Got stuck and lost the trail. Couldn’t figure out how to move forward. So I back tracked and went on an alternate trail. I looked up Luke Ryan’s recording post hike and can see that he also got stuck where I did, but it looks like he figured it out.

mountain biking
15 days ago

A bucket list hike

Made it to the first lookout with kids

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