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Toolbrunup Peak, Striling Ranges

Posted at 10:43 on Sun, 15th June 2014 in travel.

I'm a bit late post this, since it was over 6 months ago when we did this hike, but better late than never right? This post contains a video log of our ascent of Toolbrunup Peak in the Stirling Ranges located about 350 km south east of Perth or 120 km north of Albany.

Toolbrunup Peak (1052m) is the second highest peak in the Stirling Ranges after the well known Bluff Knoll (1,099m). The Toolbrunup climb is a bit more technical though, with sections of large granite bolders that you'll need to get on your hands and knees to get over. Anyway, rather than write about it too much, here is a video I put together of gopro footage from the climb on the day:

As you'll see, the view from the top is pretty stunning - even more so than Bluff Knoll, as you get full 360 degree views. 

The sunset view at the end of the video is taken from the Stirling Ranges Retreat, which I can thoroughly recommend for their facilities and kind service.