Stirling Range National Park is located approximately 80 km north of Albany. Ranges rise abruptly to more than 1000 metres above the sea level. Many walking tracks exist in the park and a very good 50 km-long gravel road (Stirling Range Drive) goes through the Park from east to west. Toolbrunup Peak is easily accessible from Chester Pass Road but, as you can see on the sign, the last 150 metres of the climb are quite difficult. Please click on the image to enlarge it.
View to the south-east
View to the south-east
Peak summit
A rockfall near the trail
Standing on a rockfall in the second part of the climb
Leaving Toolbrunup Peak...
A sign at the car park
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