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Spring mountain from Angelica St, Springfield Lakes.

Lookouts
Scrambling or Climbing
Eucalypt Forest
325m
Maximum Elevation

Getting there.

107 Angelica st Springfield Lakes. Go through "Grech Park", to get to the start of the track.

Maps

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Route/Trail notes

A wide track at first but about half way it turns into a narrow track. One ridge climb can be detoured by following orange flags ( track off to right about base of ridge). Followed by a 100mt hike along a rocky ridge than the track opens back up for the last kilometer to Spring Mountain. 

Permits/Costs

Free

Other References

How can I find more info? Any guide books?

GPS Tracks

  • No GPS available for this walk yet.

Comments

Lots of fungi. Enjoyable walk.

Cory Hoesing on 21 Mar, 2021

Very enjoyable walk with lots of birds, cicadas and butterflies everywhere. Also left very early in the morning to avoid the heat, and had heavy cloud cover that kept the temps down. We must have taken a different route to the one described here as my GPS clocked the walk at 14.3 K's and it took us 3 and half hours.

Brian on 17 Jan, 2021

The kids (6&8) did great on this on this one, even with some tricky bits. GPS was definitely handy, and the views great.

Will Walk For Food on 7 Jun, 2020

Nice gradual walk through a labyrinth of fire roads and trails, definitely pays to have a GPS just to make sure you are on the right track. Despite the relatively low elevation there are great views along the way and Spring Mountain itself has a nice 360 degree view including views of the city and Mt Cootha. There is a small aerial on the summit which serves to confirm you have indeed summitted the correct peak.

Vonsnrub on 20 Jan, 2019

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