|Best months for climbing:||Jan, Feb, Mar, Dec|
|Nearest major airport:||Albany (Domestic), Perth (International)|
Thanks to John for adding this peak.
The highest peak in the Stirling Ranges, Bluff Knoll rises to over 1,000 m. While not high by world standards, it rises far above the surrounding plain. The peak is composed mainly of granite, and is vegetated by scrub for most of its elevation. The route to the summit is relatively easy, and can be reached by a trail. Average time to ascend the summit is 6 hours return. Weather on the peak can be unpredictable and summer is generally the best time, winter brings cloudy, wet conditions and the occaisional snowfall.
NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 3 trip reports for Bluff Knoll.
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- Log #19126 - by Louis-Philippe Loncke on Nov 14, 2006about 600m ascent from the car park. Rather easy walk, shoes or tennisshoes ok.Maybe even in sandals if you are careful but never recommended. If you are trained and fast, you can do quicker than 3...
- Log #17051 - by Cheryl Mucci on Aug 16, 2003The colors remind me of the Presidential Range in New Hampshire, USA. Rugged but painted with colors of the sea.
- Log #17052 - by Dave Hancock on May 11, 2003This is our home town peak and training ground for overseas expeditions - no snow or ice but!! Lovely place and beautiful views. We can guide 1:1 for experienced rockclimbers wishing to go up the...