Big Tree Break Circuit

6 h to 9 h

18.9 km

↑ 787 m
↓ -787 m

Hard track
Starting from Stoney Creek Day Use Area, Bellthorpe, this walk takes you on a circuit in the diverse woodland of Bellthorpe National Park mostly via the Big Tree Break and Wrights Road, passing by the summit of Mount Mclean along the way. The picturesque forest will welcome you as you start hiking along the horse riding trails of Bellthorpe. The area is generally secluded and serene, and the feeling of remoteness will come in as you get deeper into the woodland. Keep an eye out for the white-throated needletail and marbled frogmouth(locally known as plumed frogmouth) along with plenty more bird species residing in the park. Reward yourself with a swim in the rock pool and a good picnic after the journey. You’ll be sharing the tracks with horse riders and mountain bike riders, so keep an ear out to be safe. You may need to rely on your navigational skills or GPS device as the tracks may be poorly marked in parts. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
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