Mt Cootha Summit Track Brisbane

The one trail that everyone does on Mt Coot-tha is the Summit Track. Now, thanks to the opening of the new Mahogany Trail, you can walk a 4.5 km circuit from Mt Coot-tha Summit to the JC Slaughter Falls Picnic Area. This is a great walk with many scenic and interesting spots to stop at on the way.

There are plenty of trails in Mt Coot-tha to walk or run

There are plenty of trails in Mt Coot-tha to walk or run
You can access the summit circuit from either the Mt Coot-tha lookout or the JC Slaughter Falls car park. You can also walk up from the Brisbane Botanic Gardens on Mt Coot-tha Road. Visitors to Brisbane usually start at the Mt Coot-tha lookout.
The Summit Track

The Summit Track is a pleasant walk that heads down from the Lookout to the JC Slaughter Falls picnic area. The first part has stairs. People looking to run the circuit usually go in the opposite direction, so that they are coming up the stairs and going down the Mahogany Trail, as this is much easier on your knees.

The Summit Track is well maintained and partly follows the creek

The Summit Track is well maintained and partly follows the creek

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