A recent development connecting Maleny in the Sunshine Coast almost as far as Gardners Falls – when the bridge is built.
My new book created with Gillian Duncan is now available for purchase at www.familybushwalks.com.au. It’s our third book, following two books of recreational trails for cyclists; this one is aimed at walkers and runners who want to go bush without committing to long distances or lots of climbing.
300 walks are described in detail including of course a brand new fully researched topo map showing all points of entry, resources like water and shelter, and making clear the effort required to complete the walk.
The northernmost and one of the lesser Glass House Mountains, Mt Coochin has no formal walking trails to the twin peaks. Protective clothing, stout shoes and a sense of humour may be advisable, but lots of adventurous families make it to the top(s) every year. We have not visited this map so the details cannot be entirely trusted:
This trail was rejected for our Family Bushwalks book because it is in poor condition.
A map of the route for an organised race on the Sunshine Coast:
This one didn’t make it into our Family Bushwalks book because it’s rather too rugged: