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Mount Beerwah

Mount Beerwah


Postby Mrs Scoob » Sat Oct 21, 2017 11:23 pm

Date walked: 07/10/2017

Time taken: 3.5

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On holiday in Queensland visiting with family, we nipped off for a few hours on the local Glass House mountains - Beerwah today. Fairly cloudy but geez it was hot and sticky! :shifty: :lol:

Great scramble, after a short walk in - starts with lots of slabs but they're fairly grippy and plenty of holds. Coming down we veered off the last of the slabs for the bypass path - which was equally tricky :roll: :lol: Fascinating rock formations above the slabs before the final climb to the summit.

Scoob's video :thumbup: 8)
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pretty much through the trees then straight up
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climbing up the slabs
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cool rock formations before the final pull to the top
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Beerwah summit :)
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