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Mount Tibberoowuccum and Trachyte Circuit Loop

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Glass House Mountains National Park

Mount Tibberoowuccum and Trachyte Circuit Loop is a 6.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Beerburrum, Queensland, Australia that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is accessible year-round.

Length 6.4 mi Elevation gain 1,223 ft Route type Loop

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Forest

Views

Rocky

Scramble

No dogs

Description
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Very nice with a great view. Several climbs, but a pleasant run. Need to keep an eye on your feet, as the path is a little uneven and slippery in parts.

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Reviews (67)
Photos (153)
Recordings (60)
Completed (136)
Carly C
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Hiking

Fantastic trail!

Sabrina Lorenz
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Hiking

loved it, absolutely beautiful with a nice challenging climb

Len Winwood
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Hiking

Excellent easy trail with a solid climb for fantastic views

Donata Viola
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Hiking

The part outside the national park is full of motocross bikes and 4x4... not really nice.

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Eri Anne
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HikingOver grown

Pretty overgrown but not too bad. I wouldn’t say any “climbing.” Definitely nothing like Beerwah summit. Would be easy one for the family

Lucy Loo
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Hiking

Good walk nice views recommend.

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Harriette Watson
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Hiking

This trail was nice enough with lovely views of the glass house mountains from several different vantages. It was quite heavily trafficked (I passed about a dozen people on my route) and it has a very clear smooth path the whole way including stone steps for inclines. The path is partially shaded for 80% of it and an easy hike - I assume the medium rating is for the length alone. I’m glad I did it but wouldn’t go out of my way to repeat it.

Dave Pascall
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Thomas Guyard
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Hiking

C'est un joli parcour au contact de la nature. Les sentiers sont aménagés et dégagés avec quelques beaux points de vue. Je recommande

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Sam Carter
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HikingBugsRocky

Remember aerogard! I didn’t take any and was swarmed by mosquitos the whole way (my own fault, but a reminder to people that didn’t think of it haha) Also saw two monitors mating on the track which was ... interesting

Curtis McAlister
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HikingRockyScramble

The majority of the walk was flat, open trails that closed to single track at times. The climb up Mount Tibberoowuccum was extremely steep and slippery, and turned into a rock climb for a 15m stretch. Very challenging and the view from the top was amazing!

Hannah Rose
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Hiking

Very easy to follow, beautiful bird sounds and bush. Saw a kookaburra (please don’t feed!), and nice views of the glass house mountains at the lookout points. Not too much incline, pretty easy track all round.

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Robyn Thomson
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Hiking

It was an ok trail but just very disappointing seeing graffiti/profanity on the information signs, litter and cigarette butts, literally 2 people out of 30 said hello back and some just had their head phones in. So in summary lovely track but awful people and damage they’ve done.

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Jessica Green
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Love this. Will be sure to come back! On my trail I started off around the base of Mt Tibrogargan and then to two lookouts and climbed Mt Tibberoowuccum. Scenery change up and great variety in trail/track terrain also. Few creeks or water holes along the way!

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Ricardo Vico de la Rosa
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Liat C.H.
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Everyone I've shared it with, loves Tibberoowoccum & it's rewarding views. There are 2 steep track/trails up the back (on one, trail-bikers play to where it's too steep to go further), follow the trail up through the bush & cross the top, rock-hop the last bit & carefully do a short rock scramble to sit on Tibberoowoccum's Rocky 'finger', then retrace to where the rock-hopping begins to find the trail down along the North-East corner out to the surrounding firetrail.

T J.
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Shane Dawes
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Hiking

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

Martin Cunningham
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Hiking

Quite good variance of ground conditions. The scramble up the little mountain was tricky in parts - steep and slippy - avoid it after or during any rain. I'd recommend a detour off the pltted route (but actually staying on Trachyte Circuit) to the 'Jack Ferris Lookout' which has a much more impressive view than from the top of Tibberoowuccum.

Ellie C
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close enough that the drive from Brisbane isn't excruciating, far enough away from the usual Tibro tourists. can be combined with multiple surrounding trails, careful not to get lost as there's many dirt bike trails as well

Monique Risch
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Beautiful walk

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