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The main walks of Black Mountain have signs at key intersections. Most of these walks are easy with some steep sections. Sturdy footwear is advised for all walks.

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FoBM Walks of Black Mountain

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Black Mountain Woodland Walk

2km, 1 hour round walk

Woodland Walk

The Woodland Walk is about 2km long and takes at least one hour to cover. The lower section of the walk is an easy stroll. The upper section of the walk has some moderately steep sections and rocks, but the panoramic views are well worth the walk. The Woodland Walk passes through three vegetation types: dry sclerophyll forest, grassy woodland and grassland.

Forest Loop Walk

2km, 1 hour round walk

Forest Loop Walk

The Forest Loop Walk is about 2km long and takes at least one hour to cover. The walk is generally easy, mostly unpaved, has some steep sections with steps and rocks. The Forest Loop Walk passes through four distinct sections of dry sclerophyll forest.

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Link Walk

3km, 1 hour round walk

Includes Link Trail, Orchid Trail, Old Weetangera Road.

Link Walk

The Link Walk is about 3km long and takes at least one hour to cover. The lower section of the walk is an easy stroll. The walk includes Link Trail, Orchid Trail, Old Weetangera Road.

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Little Black Mountain Walk

5.2km, 2 hour round walk

Includes Little Black Mountain Trail and Link Trail

Little Black Mtn Walk

The Little Black Mountain Walk is about 5.2km long (1.4km each way to the start of the circuit which is 2.4km) and takes at least two hours to cover. An easy to moderate walk following management roads, undulating with some short but moderately steep sections. The Little Black Mountain Walk passes through dry sclerophyll forest.

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Summit Walk 

2.4km steady climb to Black Mountain summit, 2 hour return trip.

Includes Botanic Gardens (optional), Frith Road Trail, Summit Trail

Summit Walk

The Summit Walk is a 2.4km steady climb to the summit of Black Mountain and takes at least two hours to walk and return. The walking path is sealed all the way, and steep in sections. The Summit Walk features dry sclerophyll forest and the satisfaction of reaching the top of Black Mountain.

This site is managed in partnership with Molonglo Conservation Group

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