Mount Amos

Tasmania

Mount Amos is a brilliant challenge set in the stunning Freycinet National Park. You'll have to have a good head for heights, have shoes with good grip & be willing to scramble the whole way up & down again. Despite the difficulty, the reward is spectacular at the top with unmatched views of Wineglass Bay & surrounds. An exceptional climb! Don't forget to stop & enjoy the view.

Lookouts
Scrambling or Climbing
Coastal
454m
Maximum Elevation
410m
Total Climb

Getting there

Head to Coles Bay then follow C302 to Wineglass Bay Carpark (Freycinet National Park). About two hours from Hobart or Launceston. Car park can get VERY busy in peak periods, such as January, so consider getting there very early late in the day.

Maps

TasMap Frecyinet National Park 1:50,000
6033 Coles Bay (1:25,000)

Route/Trail notes

Starting at the Wineglass Bay carpark, the track soon veers off to the left, with a warning sign for good measure. It rises fairly consistently up to the summit after about 800m, with scrambling required for some sections.

  • Very slippery in some sections in wet weather.
  • You'll need suitable footwear with good grip.
  • Keep an eye out for trail markers!
  • A spectacular view from the top of Mt Amos that is well worth the effort!

Permits/Costs

National Park Entry Fee payable.

Other References

https://hikingtheworld.blog/2019/01/12/mount-amos-freycinet/

Top Walks in Tasmania (Melanie Ball) – p.132

 

 

Comments

Amazing hike, so rewarding.

Glang on 5 Jul, 2019

Amazing views

Mez on 11 Mar, 2019

Before starting the walk Dion was very worried. He thought the walk was very difficult with a slippery path and unstable surface but at the end it was not that bed. The beginning of the walk is nice and easy, quiet flat. After about 15 min walking the climb starts, there are big rocks all around and you will walk on porous granit pretty much all the time apart from a few spots where the suface isn't as porous as the other one because of the water that runs when it rains. You will have a beautiful view during the ascent but the best view it's at the top of the Mt. It is a bit steep in certain areas but just don't look back and don't stop, that's what l do. I saw old ladys climing the Mt with no problems, so u can do it!
It is very worth. Dion liked it very much!

Daniela Paroletti on 24 Jan, 2019

A sick ass hike, don't bring your wuzzy missus

Eric Bates on 14 Oct, 2017

I didn’t quite make it to the summit, but my husband did. Great walk, lovely challenge!

Jaya on 4 Jul, 2017

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