Mount Beerwah Climb

3 h to 5 h

1.8 km

↑ 412 m
↓ -412 m

Very challenging
Starting from the Mount Beerwah Carpark, Glass House Mountains, this hike/climb takes you to the summit of Mount Beerwah and back, exploring the wet eucalypt forest. You’ll truly feel accomplished after the demanding climb, and the breathtaking 360 degree views from the top are bound to impress you. Being the highest volcanic neck of the Glass House Mountains, the summit of Beerwah will provide you panoramic views of the coast to the east and the gorgeous D'Aguilar Range to the west. The hardest part of the climb is at the start, and will test how prepared you are nicely. There are also small caves at the base of the mountain which you can explore. You’ll need at least 2 litres of water(per person) and snacks to minimize fatigue. Grippy climbing shoes are also a must. Try to find someone experienced to accompany if it’s going to be your first time. Aboriginal people do not climb these mountains out of respect to Jinibara. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
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This journey requires significant bushwalking experience, specialised equipment and navigation skills.
Please ensure you and your group well prepared and equiped for this journey.

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