Hike to the highest point in the Darling Ranges
The summit of Mt Cooke is the highest point of the Darling Ranges and one of the many shorter walks you can do along the Bibbulmun Track. Spectacular views, this 16km hike is only partially marked and is approximately grade 4 in difficulty.
The starting point for the hike begins at Sullivan Rock, just off Albany Hwy and is intermittently marked along the way. Hikers should allow approximately 4 hours for the trail and check rain and wind conditions which can affect difficulty levels.
Reaching the summit makes the climb with spectacular views over the Darling Ranges at approximately 582m above sea level.
For more information about the trails, you read this great article from Life of Py or view the Trails WA website.