Mount Maroon Caves


A walk up from Cotswold trailhead to a cave on the northern side of the mountain.

Off track bush-bashing and some climbing.

Scrambling or Climbing
Navigation Required
No Dogs Permitted
Maximum Elevation
Total Climb

Getting there

Start the usual place for Mount Maroon on Cotswold Road  


Best to find a trail on wikiloc that goes to the cave  

Route/Trail notes

After a few hundred meters of the usual summit track you need to head right (west) off the track. There are occasional cairns or white markers leading the way but it’s best to use wikiloc to not get lost.

You’ll come to the bottom of the huge cliffs which you follow west until you get to the cave. Be extra careful around this part since there’s a high risk of rock fall 



Other References

See which also shows a way to get from the cave to the summit - which is much harder than the usual track 


Great walk. Lost the track several times but then you would see a cairn and be okay. Ended up downloading a Wikiloc at one point and used that as a guide. The cave was amazing and so worth the trek.

Sheridan on 31 Aug, 2019

Great views from the cave. Faint track but easy to get sidetracked. Pretty tough just to the cave and going to the summit from the cave was too tough for me solo today.

Juiced Pixels on 9 Feb, 2019


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