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I travelled up here with my 6yr old. We did it, with a few complaints near the top, LOL. He absolutely loved the last stretched climbing the rock face. There is a chain to the side to assist in the climb. Please wear appropriate footwear....More
We hiked mount warning yesterday around 9am. The weather was perfect. Its a 5km uphill hike. But the last 400m is a scramble that requires upper body strength. Where you use a chain to climb a steep rock face. Once you get there the view...More
Have heard about Mt Warning (or Woolumbin by the local Aboriginal people, which means cloud catcher or the fighting chief of the mountains) for a long time, we finally did it yesterday on Boxing Day. It's great.
It's 4.5km up with a gain of about...More
I done this with my dad and it was pretty heavy rain when we started but stopped by the time we were half way up.
I reckon it’s at least an extra 1km each way, it is quite a steady incline the whole way up...More
We decided to do this climb to celebrate our 40th wedding anniversary. It was raining so we didn’t get a view at the top but felt a huge pride in getting to the top. It is challenging but doable. The final summit is a challenging...More
We did the Mount Warning climb to catch the first sunlight in Australia.
Got to the carpark at 4:00am and climbed the long and steep track to the summit, an easy 2hrs if you are fit.
Seeing the first light, and staying for the sunrise...More
This moderate level hike is wonderful. A steady incline all the way to the last +100m push to the top where you will encounter a steep section with a chain. It's a 4.4km trek which will take you a 3.5 to 5hr return trip depending...More
The hike up Mount Warning is a definite must for anyone who likes bushwalks or sunrises.
It's approximately a 8.8 km round trip, taking between 2.5 - 5 hours depending on your fitness and pace.
Some jot points for those thinking of going:
Did the trek this morning before sun up 4am kick off, Got to the top I was In too much Shock to take the amazing view in. Unfortunately Uber chopper wasn’t available this morning, so what goes up must come down just remember that My...More