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About Mt Nameless 4WD Trail, Tom Price
Mount Nameless is called Jandunmunha in the local Aboriginal language.
The start of the trail is a ten minute drive from the Pilbara town of Tom Price. Head out of town on Mine Rd and right turn onto Nameless Valley Drive (towards the Tom Price Tourist Park), cross the railway line and take the first gravel road to the left. Follow the road around until you see the track heading up the hill on your right.
Use low range and take it slowly. You will want to take in the amazing views out to the west on the drive up.
Once at the top there is a short walk trail to the edge of the mountain where you can see right down into the Rio Tinto iron ore mine workings. Look for the railway line and if you are lucky you may see a train coming in to load or leaving the mine site. The trains are up to 2.4 km long and weigh 29,500 tonnes when fully loaded!
Use low range on the descent to avoid over-heating your brakes.
You can also walk to the summit on the 4.5km walk trail. It's grade 4 and should only be attempted in cooler weather.
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Here is everything you need to know before visiting this trail.
Time / Duration
Less than 1 hour
6.7 km return
What To Pack
Group D (Drive trails) required.
What To Pack
Group D (Drive trails)
- Research your trip well in advance. Good preparation is essential as distances in Western Australia are huge and facilities are limited. Visit the website associated with each drive trail for in-depth travel information.
- Carry maps, spare parts, a first aid kit and plenty of food and water to last your journey
- Visit the ‘Travelling in Outback Western Australia’ website for information regarding travelling in the Outback. Permits may need to be arranged in advance to enter into some areas which are on private property.
The trail starts approx. 8 km from town
High Range 4WD and Low Range vehicles may be required. Preferable to have 4WD driver training.
Visit Trail Tips for further information.
- Dog Friendly
Best time of year
Any time, except rainy days
No fees apply
Self drive, from Tom Price
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Views to the westOn the drive to the summit, there are amazing views out to the west
The views from the topFrom the summit you can see right out over the Hamersley Ranges, the town of Tom Price and the Rio Tinto iron ore operations.
Drive slow to take it all inTake the time on the drive up the hill to take in the surrounding scenery
Views out over the surrounding hillsMt Nameless is at the highest point of the Hamersley Ranges with amazing views of the surround hills and valleys
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