“If you enjoy a little rock climbing mixed in with a challenging uphill hike, then take on Queensland’s highest peak - Bartle Frere.”
At 1622 metres above sea level, you need to be prepared for a steep ascent, difficult scrambles over large boulders and climbing up rock faces. The first section of this path takes you through a dense rainforest complete with low hanging vines, frogs and extremely humid conditions. The rainforest then thins out as you arrive at a campsite and steep platform where you’ll be treated to 360 degree views of the Atherton Tablelands and the Great Barrier Reef. After a final scramble over some huge boulders, you’ll arrive at the summit. It takes a full day from the basecamp car park to the summit and back so be sure to pack plenty of food and water.
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Bartle Frere Trail
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