Saint Valentines Peak


A nice walk preferably on a good weather day. The wind was blowing pretty hard on the summit the day I climbed. Well worth the views. Saw an echidna at the summit. The peak is approx 1100 meters and it stands alone so the views are very nice.

Dogs Permitted

Getting there

From Burnie take Mount Road to Ridgley and continue a further 15 km to the junction with Upper Natone Road. Turn left here and drive another 1.7 km before turning right onto Kara road for another 6 km. just before you reach the gates of the mining side turn left onto s small road towards the car park which is the end of the road.


Hellyer or Inglis. Scale: 1:100 000

Route/Trail notes



Didnt cost me a cent.

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Quite steep but so worth the effort, amazing views (on a clear day)

Tina on 26 Jun, 2019

Very cold wet and windy, the conditions made the climb a little harder

StuB on 8 Apr, 2019

Really good walk, abit more than 4 hours. Steep at the top. So many snakes 😩

Laura on 19 Mar, 2019

This walk is quite steep in areas and probably not passable in winter as you need to cross a river with no bridge, it’s only shallow though and you can rock hop it but winter would be very different. It was warm on the way up and down the mountain but the peak was very windy and quite chilly so be sure to take an extra jumper, even on a very warm day.
The views are magical. 360 degrees. Worth the walk.

Maria Z on 11 Mar, 2018


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