Talyuberlup Peak

2 h to 3 h

2.5 km

↑ 456 m
↓ -456 m

Very challenging
Starting from the Talyuberlup Car Park on Stirling Range Drive, Stirling Range National Park, this walk takes you to the summit of Talyuberlup Peak and back via the Talyuberlup Peak Walk Trail. The walk up Talyuberlup Peak starts with a gentle uphill stroll through Talyuberlup mallee and Veronica's wattle. This rather mild incline turns into a steep and slippery scramble in no time. Once at the base of the cliff face, you follow the trail up to a large cave, which goes through the mountain. The track circles around the cave to the west. You'll get to a broad clifftop after passing by the said cave. Keep an eye out for the rocky spires on your way to the summit as well. Spend some time on the summit exploring the area and admiring the views before heading back down the rocky scramble into the valley. Although there is little signage along the way, the path is easy to discern and wooden pegs have been put in place to guide walkers in the more confusing areas. Trekking poles are recommended as the path can be slippery underfoot. The scrambling requires free hands, with some of the rocks being somewhat slippery and requiring a bit of thought to pick the safest route. Walking is not recommended in wet or windy conditions or in extreme heat. Talyuberlup Peak is definitely a very hard walk, best suited for experienced bushwalkers. However, the challenge is entirely worth it, as the rocky terrain of the mountain's peak makes this a walk of truly rugged beauty. If you are up for an adventure in the Stirling Ranges, then this is truly one of the best. 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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