With two steep descents and two steep ascents, this walk is ideal for those on a fitness mission. The track is poorly signposted and overgrown in places, so take care and allow an hour or so extra the first time you do this walk. Glenbrook Creek is the midway point on both the outwards and the return journey and makes the perfect spot for languid picnics and skinny-dipping.
Time: 4 hours
Distance: 6.3 kilometres return
Ascent/Descent: 465 metres descent, 465 metres ascent
Weather: Avoid in really hot weather
Closest public transport: Local bus 693 goes as far as the corner of Burns Rd and Lalor Rd, 2.5 km away
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Points of interest: 23rd Psalm rock carving, Bunyan Lookout, flannel flowers, Glenbrook Creek, Govetts Creek, Kings Link Route, Lost World Lookout, Martins Lookout, Short Track