Mount Eerwah Trail is a 1.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Eerwah Vale, Queensland, Australia that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 1.8 miles Elevation Gain: 977 feet Route Type: Out & Back

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

forest

views

wildlife

over grown

rocky

recorded Recording - Feb. 02, 09:19 am

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over grown
rocky
scramble
washed out
4 months ago

great little hike, steep in a lot of parts so it's a good leg workout.

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rocky
scramble
4 months ago

was a nice walk, Good dog show me much POINTS

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rocky
scramble
4 months ago

Recommend for those that like calf burn! Steep ascent. View is average, too overgrown. Had a dog guide us all the way to the top and back down again which made for an awesome point gaining experience!

hiking
4 months ago

Keep an eye out for the little road works sign, that is your entrance! The dogs came right up to the door of my car when I pulled in and then came with me the whole way! Charlie will stay with you the whole trek while the other will run quite far ahead and bark at you for taking to long. I would not recommended this hike after rain. Towards the summit is quite steep and there isn’t a lot to get your footing. There is also two small creek crossings at the beginning. There hasn’t been any rain in a while so they are dried up at the moment.

5 months ago

Don't underestimate the hike up if you're a beginner. Very much an enjoyable challenge, lots of shade and the path was quite clear for such a rugged trail. 4 sections of rope are currently placed, double check strength before relying on, especially the slack one towards the end that can be used to cross the cambered death drop. Don't be scared, just prepare. Water, and even though shade cover is great come earlier or later during the day. Watch out for stingy, spiky flora. The second roped part is in need of trimming sooner or later too, it's like a hot spiney tunnel. The peak it's really quite nice and peaceful, tranquil even. An interesting rock formation beholds the most ideal viewing spot for Mt. Eerwah. This trail took us 2.5hrs, but we are quite new, I would recommend this trail for if you're looking for a little adventure.

hiking
6 months ago

Nice walk. Someone has kindly set up some ropes for the steep parts. Which are very much appreciated on the descent. Reasonable view from the summit. Met up with Charlie and Rusty (local doggos) who kept me company. Just lovely to have the mountain to myself. Incredibly tranquil.

hiking
muddy
scramble
8 months ago

Have climbed this several time. some excellent examples of substropical bush plant species opening into Eucalyptus and wider spaced tree vista's. The view is obstructed by Trees but these provide well needed shade on a warm day. No water sources so bring your flask. Loose rock on decent a potential hazard so pays to wallk closely spaced. Moderate climb but enjoyable

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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
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.

Sun Jan 27 2019

Very steep. The walk is stunning but not a lot of views from the top. Make sure you've got water as it is a climb.

hiking
Fri Dec 07 2018

The track is definitely nothing for running. Actually It is hard to follow the path at all. It is very step and there is nothing to hold on to. Especially the way back was a hassle. When you are an experienced hiker who likes walking through untouched nature then that is your track. If you are not, rather take somebody experienced with you.

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Mon Sep 10 2018