These photos were taken on Sunday 16th October, 2016 while climbing to the top of Mount Trio in The Stirling Ranges National Park. It is a great, but steep walk. It was cool and cloudy, but little wind or rain (for a change). The wildflowers were prolific and spectacular, with many of them endemic to this area alone.
– height: 856m, distance: 3.5km return. This walk includes three peaks linked by a plateau. The first third of the path is steep but the remainder is easy. It takes in sweeping views of Toolbrunup and other peaks to the south-west.