The national park is where nature lovers come to see an abundance of flora and fauna or to test themselves hiking, abseiling or rock climbing. It has some of the best mountain walks in Western Australia, but walkers must always carry water and be prepared for sudden weather change as mountain mists, wind chill and rain can occur at any time. Light snow sometimes falls on the higher peaks during winter but it rarely lasts more than a few hours. The walks on offer include Bluff Knoll (1096m), Toolbrunup (1052m), Ellen Peak (1012m), Mount Trio (856m), Mount Magog (856m), Mount Hassell (847m) and Talyuberlup Peak (783m).

For lovely easy walks, the Mabinup Creek Trail and the Mabinup Track are accessible from the Mount Trio Bush Camping and Caravan Park. There are also various other walk trails from 1.5 hours to 2 or 3 days throughout the Stirling Range.

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