The Bibbulmun (Bib) Track stretches 1003 kms from Kalamunda to Albany and is Western Australia’s longest walking trail.
With over 211 Kms of jarrah, marri and wandoo forest filled with granite outcrops and boulders, the Darling Ranges section of the Bibbulmun Track is a very special place!
We’re excited to launch our ‘Discover the Bibbulmun’ series which gives you various options to explore the Bibbulmun with an experienced and knowledgeable hiking guide.
Off The Beaten Track WA’s Hiking Guides are real hikers with a passion for the outdoors and people. We provide a safe, relaxed yet professional atmosphere for you so you can totally immerse yourself in the outdoors.
All our Hiking Experiences are all-inclusive, from gourmet platters or trail snacks, to hiking poles, we’ll take care of it for you so you can focus on immersing yourself in the beauty of the Darling Ranges.
Check out our upcoming Tours to Discover the Bibbulmun for yourself!
The Kalamunda to Mundaring Weir section of the Bibbulmun Track features steep rocky terrain, flowing waters, granite boulders, picturesque views over the Mundaring Weir and Lake CY O’Connor plus amazing valley views all combined in a 19.5km hike.
Off The Beaten Track WA will guide you along the Bibbulmun Track, through Piesse Brook and Paulls Valley as you take in the views of one the most difficult and scenic sections of this world class trail! The terrain on this section of the Bibbulmun is quite steep and rocky in parts but you will be well supported by Off The Beaten Track WA.
Includes: 19.5 km guided hike, nutritious morning tea, bus from Mundaring Weir Hotel to start point in Kalamunda, complimentary use of hiking poles, sunscreen, repellent & access to all hike photographs.
Upcoming Dates: Sunday 2nd August | 8am – 3pm
Discover the Bibbulmun with Off The Beaten Track WA as we guide you on a 24km return hike from Perth Hills Discovery Centre in Mundaring to the newly rebuilt Helena Campsite! This section of the Bibbulmun starts off relatively gentle as you meander through recovering Jarrah/Marri forest leading you to Ball Creek Campsite.
As you begin to descend deeper into the forest the trail becomes very lush with an abundance of large eucalyptus trees, bracken ferns, and grass trees. A change in foilage signifies you are near water as you enter Mann’s Gully. The thick undergrowth will lead you to a series of granite outcrops that overlook a Wandoo woodland nearby a creek – the perfect place to stop for some quiet contemplation!
Includes: 24 km guided hike, nutritious morning tea, complimentary use of hiking poles, sunscreen, repellent & access to all hike photographs.
Upcoming Dates: Saturday 5 September 2020 | 7am-3pm
With a ridgeline of around 3kms, there is so much to explore on the summit of Mt Cooke including spectacular views in all directions!
Discover the Bibbulmun with Off The Beaten Track WA as we guide you on a 22km return hike from Sullivan Rock to Mt Cooke in the Darling Ranges! At 582m above sea level, Mt Cooke is the highest peak in the Darling Ranges and is definitely our favourite! After tackling the climb to the top of Sullivan Rock, we will be well warmed up for a nice flat meander along an old railway through mixed forest of Jarrah, Banksia and Sheoak to the base of Mt Cooke where the fun really begins!
As we traverse up the steep and rocky trail on the North side of Mt Cooke we will stop at many vantage points to take in the amazing views! An abundance of giant granite boulders and outcrops give this forest a mysterious feel! You will be rewarded for your efforts as you reach the summit, indicated by a giant rock cairn and ‘Cookie’!
Includes: 22 km guided hike, nutritious morning tea, complimentary use of hiking poles, sunscreen, repellent & access to all hike photographs.
Upcoming Dates: Saturday 29th August 2020 | 8am – 3pm