5 Glasshouse Mountains in 1 Day!

This is something we’ve wanted to do for a long time and we decided to make it EPIC for you guys.

On Sunday, the 3rd of June, we’ll be tackling 5 of the Glasshouse Mountain Peaks. You’re welcome to join us for all of them or however many/few you like. We’ll post the approximate start times of each mountain below so you know when & where to meet us. As we’re trying to fit a lot into one day, we won’t be able to wait around if you’re a little slower than the rest of the group. In saying that, we’ve allowed plenty of time between peaks if you need to catch up (or skip a mountain in the middle!). If you’re just going to come to 1 or 2, make sure you arrive at least 10 minutes beforehand because we’ll be leaving right on time.

This event is free if you’re wanting to just tag along to the hikes however we have put together a package if you want to go all in! In this package you’ll get a:
– BHG singlet (As modelled by us in the pictures)
– A heap of snacks throughout the day including: fruits, trail mix, sneaky lollies, baked goods etc.
– Unlimited Gatorade/water refills
The package is $30 (which just covers the cost of the singlets). Follow this link to order sign up. 

Here’s our itinerary:

6.30am – Mt Tibrogargan // Tibro is pretty much a giant rock and you need to be comfortable with climbing almost vertical cliff faces. It’s also quite physically demanding, so a good level of fitness would be great too.

Mt Tibrogargan, Glasshouse Mountains.
Mt Tibrogargan, Glasshouse Mountains

8.45am – Mt Tiberoowuccum // This little guy is short & sharp. Not too much scrambling involved but your legs will burnnnn.

Mt Tiberoowuccum, Glasshouse Mountains
Mt Tiberoowuccum, Glasshouse Mountains

11.15am – Mt Beerwah // The biggest & toughest of the Glasshouse. Like Tibro, you’ll need to be comfortable with climbing near vertical cliff faces for the majority of this one.

Mt Beerwah, Glass House Mountains.
Mt Beerwah, Glass House Mountains.

3pm – Coochin Twin Peaks // This guy is short & sharp, however there is some rock climbing/scrambling involved.

Mt Coochin, Glasshouse Mountains.

5pm – Mt Ngungun // The finisher – we may just make it for Sunset. This one isn’t very difficult either… a nice way to finish!

Mt Ngungun
Mt Ngungun, Glasshouse Mountains

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