Toohey Ridge and Wilcocks Track

MODERATE 12 reviews
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Toohey Ridge and Wilcocks Track is a 9.0 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near Brisbane, Queensland, Australia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 9.0 km Elevation Gain: 257 m Route Type: Loop


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This is short trail run suitable as a training route. The trail a mixture of sealed paths and rough goat tracks over undulating terrain. Some sections are reasonably steep and/or narrow. The beginning of the route is a short excursion via the Sandstone Circuit to both the Western Lookout and Sandstone Lookout. Unfortunately the view is nothing much to enjoy as the trees obstruct the vista but the climb serves to get the heart rate started. Thanks to Mander for the original idea Toohey Forest 8.4km / 3 hr walk.

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6 months ago

If going clockwise around the track, it starts off with pathways and then the second half of the track is loose rocks, little washed out and muddy due to recent rain. Small gully’s of water, few wildlife to sight, few bench seats if you need to stop along the way, bbqs and undercover shaded picnic tables, lots of parking - no toilets. I loved it, will be back for sure.

7 months ago

Good walk especially with the cooler day today. Some good inclines and some off bitumen paths, trail could be confusing with all the intertwining tracks but would recommend for somewhere close and gets the heart beat up at points. Some interesting big rocks, not a lot to see through the trees. Easy to park at and find.

8 months ago

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

8 months ago

Good trail for fitness, main tracks are bitumen. No great views despite many steep sections. Half walked half ran and finished the 9.5 kms in an hour and 20 mins. Nice bush land.

1 month ago

Saturday, July 21, 2018

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