Mount Toolbrunup Peak Walk Trail


Mount Toolbrunup Peak Walk Trail is a 3.9 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia, Australia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

Length3.9 kmElevation gain562 mRoute typeOut & back
HikingNature tripsRock climbingBird watchingForestViewswild-flowersRockyScrambleNo dogs

The Aboriginal Name for Mount Toolbrunup is Koi Kyenunu-ruff meaning "mist rolling around the mountains", and is the second highest peak in the Stirling Range National Park, receiving far less traffic than the famed Bluff Knoll (1095m). The 3-4 hour round-trip walk up cone-shaped Toolbrunup Peak is more challenging than scaling Bluff Knoll, with some rock scrambling towards the top, but the views are worth the effort of scaling a 40-45% gradient ascent at times! The peak stands 1052m above sea level. This walk is not recommended in wet or windy conditions. Reasonably soon after you pass through a damp, shaded moss and fern field near the top, a sign warns walkers to proceed with caution. From this point, you need to clamber over rocks and boulders. Look for the yellow-capped markers placed in the rocks to ensure you are following the correct route. Once on the summit, pick out the distinctive shapes of Bluff Knoll and the other peaks. To the north are salt lakes and to the south lies the Porongurup Range. Take care to follow the markers on your return from the summit.

  • Tuesday


    13° C

  • Wednesday


    19° / 8° C

  • Thursday


    15° / 8° C

  • Friday


    16° / 9° C

  • Saturday


    16° / 10° C

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