Grade: Medium-Hard with some steep sections
Mt Edwards is the conical-shaped peak rising beside the Cunningham Highway close to Aratula and lies within the Moogerah Peaks National Park.
We will set off at 8am initially crossing the dam wall before we begin our ascent to the top of Mt Edwards at 634m. The climb starts out quite gradual and affords good views of Little Mt Edwards and the Reynolds creek gorge before things start to get tougher with a steep climb and some loose rocks before tapering off over the last 600m to reach the summit.
Once at the top you get good views across the Fassifern valley from various spots before heading back down to enjoy a picnic lunch at the dam (optional)
● Views of Little Mt Edwards & Reynolds creek gorge
● Moogerah Dam
● Views of the Fassifern Valley from the peak
Any parking costs
Purchases at the Dam CafÃ©
- Water to suit the day
- Good walking shoes
- Hiking poles if you use them
- Picnic lunch for after (optional)
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