Mt Magog trailhead - WA

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Position

DEG: -34.406788 117.921733
DMS: 34º 24' 24.44" S 117º 55' 18.23" E
UTM: 50 H 6192354mN 584713mE
Altitude: 287.67m

Description

Address & Contact

Stirling Range Dr
Stirling Range National Park WA 6338
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Information

Mt Magog trailhead and small carpark, no vans. No facilities other than picnic table. The hike to Mt Magog passes through thick bush to a clearing on the ridge between Mount Magog and Talyuberlup Peak to the south-east with a steep scramble up to the summit as the trail crosses various rocky outcrops. This is actually the the longest day hike in the area at 6.2km return but don't let that fool you. Like all the hikes here in the Stirling Range, this is steep and very challenging and you'll need approx 3-4 hours for the return walk to allow time to rest frequently on the steep incline, or to explore the summit, and to allow time for photographing the plentiful spring wildflowers - all of which are great reasons to be hiking in the first place.
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TemperatureFeels LikeRel. HumidityDew PointPressureRainfallWind DirectionWind SpeedGusts

Closest Climatic Station

Mount Barker
Distance from Mt Magog trailhead 35.66km SW
 JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Mean Max. °C26.226.124.221.217.815.314.315.016.818.821.824.2
Mean Min. °C12.813.112.410.78.87.16.16.16.98.09.911.5
Mean Rain mm23.323.936.454.082.694.9103.489.079.268.643.029.5

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