Glen Rock State Forest is situated at the head of Tenthill Valley and adjoins the World Heritage-listed Main Range National Park.

Scrambling or Climbing
Navigation Required

Getting there

Glen Rock Regional Park is located approximately 42km to the south of Gatton along East Haldon Road.

Maps

https://www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/glen-rock/

Route/Trail notes

From the southern side of the information shed you should see a break trail heading in an easterly direction accending towards Glen Rock, follow this trail until it finishes and becomes a more faint walking trail at the top of this ridge. From here traverse this trail towards Glen Rock which will should take you to the northern approach where you can scramble to the top of Glen Rock.  

Permits/Costs

N/A

 

Comments

Great views from the top. A fair bit of Bush bashing and no phone coverage in most parts. On the top I had some. I followed a barbed wire fence most of the way up. To be honest if was the first time here and I had no solid maps to help. Signage was vague but I'm experienced enough to make my way there. It was tough finding my way back down the same path....I should have marked that location😉. Not overly difficult but I'd definitely put in the hardish category.

Glenn on 16 Jun, 2019

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