Marc Brownlie

8 walks ticked

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Number of Walks Ticked
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Name Date Difficulty Distance/Duration
Mt Ngungun (Glass House Mountains National Park)
5 Jan, 2023
2.8km return
90 mins
Much easier than expected but still gets the blood pumping. Stunning views at the top. Suitable for all ages, but young kids and those with lower mobility should take care at the very top. Took approx 30 mins to get up and 15 to get down but I walk pretty quickly. Give yourself over an hour to 90mins if you want to soak in the views.
Goolman Lookout (Ipswich - Flinders Goolman Conservation Estate)
6 Aug, 2017
2.5 hrs
Fairly pleasant walk. A couple of steeper trail sections but nothing too strenuous. Views are OK but not spectacular, although you can see the CBD.
Mt Mitchell (Main Range National Park)
9 Jul, 2017
3.5 hrs
The walk is fairly easy and safe, just a gradual incline with no climbing required. The view at the top is spectacular.
Mount Edwards (Moogerah Peaks National Park)
2 Jul, 2017
6km return
3 hrs
The view at the top is worth it. Not a difficult walk but it will get the heart pumping. About 2 hours total walking time. The lake beside the hill is stunning.
Table Top Loop (Toowoomba)
6 May, 2017
2km return
2 hrs
Nice short climb, but it's pretty steep in some parts and a bit of bouldering skill required. Not dangerous, but definitely gets the blood pumping. The view of the range from the top is stunning.
White Rock Multi-User Trail (White Rock - Spring Mountain Conservation Estate)
2 Jan, 2017
6.5km return
2 hrs
The walk to the rock is a bit boring but when you get there there's only one thing on your rind, climbing the rock. We're not meant to, but let's face it, we all do. Great views from the top.
Mt Warning Summit Trail (Wollumbin National Park)
23 Sep, 2015
8.3km return
5 hrs
Nice walk through bushland, but it's all about the climb up the rocks near the summit. Fairly tired by the time we finished but if you have a decent level of fitness you'll manage it no problem.