About this place
Mount Trio has three separate summits linked by a plateau. The trail starts and finishes at a picnic area set amongst shady trees, a pleasant place to rest after your walk.
A steep climb that leads to a broad saddle between the north and east peaks. From the saddle it’s an easy stroll to the north peak where you can enjoy sweeping views of Mount Toolbrunup and mountains to the south-west. Montane thicket on the upper levels of the peaks puts on a colourful display of wildflowers in spring and early summer.
Plan when to visit. Consider travelling with a personal location beacon (PLB). In the event you need to be rescued it could save your life!
- All walks in the Stirling Range are steep and have uneven surfaces.
- Wear boots or sturdy footwear, weatherproof clothing, sun protection and carry a Personal Locator Beacon (PLB).
- Take plenty of food and carry two to three litres of drinking water per person, for half to full day walks.
- Stay on the path.
- Be prepared for sudden cold changes that cause the temperature to drop and rain or hail to set in.
Filling out a trip intention form could save your life. Complete this form and leave it with a reliable friend, family member or responsible person to inform them of your travel dates and the locations you plan to visit (your itinerary). Ask them to raise the alarm if you haven’t returned and/or contacted them by the agreed time.
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded within a 5km radius of Mount Trio.
We recognise and acknowledge Goreng and Minang people as the traditional owners of Stirling Range National Park.