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Mt Magog, Stirling Range NP

  • Full day
  • 7 km
    • Bush Walk Grade 5

A challenging seven kilometre return hike to 856 metres, this peak offers a more wilderness type of experience as it is less often climbed.  The track may be overgrown and the final section requires some rock scrambling.

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Stirling Range Drive, Stirling Range National Park, 430km south (5 hours) south of Perth

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Stirling Range Drive, Stirling Range National Park, 430km south (5 hours) south of Perth

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Mt Magog is the double-headed peak next to Talyuberlup in the Stirling Ranges. Starting from a picnic area, the track follows a four wheel drive track for about two kilometres, with only gentle climbing. Once the track reaches the base of the peak, the climb is steep and tough. Eventually the track leads to a saddle from where it is a short and steep climb, involving some rock scrambling, to ascend to the top of Mt Magog's south peak. The total ascent is 500 metres over 3.5 kilometres.

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Time / Duration

5-6 hours


7km return

What To Pack

Group B (Bushwalks and/or longer trails) required.

Trail Start

Stirling Range Drive, Stirling Range National Park, 430km south (5 hours) south of Perth

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Trail End

Stirling Range Drive, Stirling Range National Park, 430km south (5 hours) south of Perth

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Bush Walk

Grade 5

Very experienced bushwalkers with specialised skills, including navigation and emergency first aid. Tracks are likely to be very rough, very steep and unmarked. Walks may be more than 20km.

Hazards & Warnings

Stay on the path. Be prepared for sudden cold changes that cause the temperature to drop and rain or hail to set in. Not suitable to walk in wet or windy conditions.


  • Car Park
  • Picnic Area

Best time of year

April to November


National Park fees

Trail Access

Road 2WD

Prohibited Items

No pets, no fires.
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4 trail goers have rated Mt Magog, Stirling Range NP as 5 out of 5!

We love to hear from people who've been on our Western Australian trails, so it would be most appreciated it if you wanted to leave a review.

michael bowles

Reviewed 11 Jul 2021, 6:55pm

short but sharp tester
easy amble for 2.3k, then straight up, gets steeper as you go
knees get a good work out on the way down
my Garmin said 500m gain, 3km
fantastic views all round
Fayley Arthur

Reviewed 4 Apr 2020, 2:49pm

Great introduction to scrambling! The first 3/4 was a normal bush walk and the final 1/4 was easy scrambling (like high stairs with obvious hand holds), and then the final 400m is a steeper and more difficult scramble if you want it. Loved the views loved he adventure.
Wally Holding

Reviewed 31 Oct 2017, 8:47pm

Grt hike, starts easy and then goes up n up n up. Some slashing done on vegetation to highlite the trail. Top 200 m is wonderful rock hopping territory. View is incredible. Retracing ur steps off the top is heart stopping. Absolutely love Magog and The Stirlings
Lydia Zucchiatti

Reviewed 25 Apr 2017, 10:24pm

Love Magog! A longer walk with a surprisingly steep scramble to the top. Great challenge, lovely scenery !

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