|Best months for climbing:||Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov|
|Most recent eruption:||22 million years ago|
|Year first climbed:||20,000 BCE|
|First successful climber(s):||Indigenous Bundjalung peoples|
|Nearest major airport:||Brisbane/Gold Coast (closer)|
Thanks to Patrick Norman for adding this peak.
Easy walking up the long trail but the last few hundred metres are a scramble to the top, pulling yourself up with a chain. It's worth it.
The mountain remains a place of cultural and traditional significance to the Bundjalung people and is the site of particular ceremonies and initiation rites. The Bundjalung observe cultural and traditional restrictions forbidding the uninitiated from climbing the mountain, and, as such, generally ask that others also do not attempt to climb the mountain.
The National Parks and Wildlife Service advertise this request and do not encourage climbers, but it is not expressly forbidden by park regulations.
Thanks to Patrick Norman for this description.