Mount Lindesay National Park

Overlooking the quaint town of Denmark, the granite monolith of Mount Lindesay is a local attraction and well worth the climb. The relatively easy 4km hike begins near the Denmark River in the shady forest at the base before ascending out onto the sunny outcrops to the summit.

Enroute the vegetation changes and many delightful wildflowers can be seen, some of which are endemic. Surprisingly, many grass trees can also be found growing all over the peak. At 385m above sea level the panoramic views of the region are spectacular sweeping over Mt Frankland, the Porongurups, Stirling Ranges and Mt Manypeaks.

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