Main Range with Spicers Peak indicated
|Elevation||1,205 m (3,953 ft)|
|Parent range||Main Range National Park|
Spicers Peak is a mountain in Australia. It lies roughly 120 km west of Brisbane in the middle of the Main Range National Park. It is just south of Cunninghams Gap and Mount Mitchell. Its summit height is approximately 1,205 metres (3953 ft).
The only known track to the summit is through private land. You can gain access with The Scenic Rim Trail by Spicers that provides a guided walk to the summit . The upper section of the Peak displays views as far back as Brisbane and encompasses a world heritage listed rainforest.
- "Main Range National Park: Nature, culture and history". Department of Environment and Resource Management. 1 April 2011. Retrieved 29 June 2011.
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