Sage invited Jack and I on a day trip to Mount Tibrogargan. So off we went on another adventure.
Mount Tibrogargan is one of the many mountains in the Glass House Mountains National Park, north-northwest of Brisbane, Australia. It is a volcanic plug of hard alkali rhyolite that squeezed up into the vents of an ancient volcano 27 million years ago. –Wikipedia
Both Jack and Sage have experience in climbing and Abseiling so they managed well, I had a few moments where I seriously doubted I could go further and ended up stopping on a section just before the hardest climbing area while the guys went all the way to the top.
On the way down Jack was like a mountain goat. The air was so fresh and so clean and the view was spectacular.
On the way home we stopped at Caloundra to check out the beach, It was a really nice way to spend the day, the weather was perfect. Thanks Sage.
Do you like bush walking and the beach?