Mount Sorrow ridge trail, Daintree National Park (CYPAL) Tropical North Queensland

The Mount Sorrow Ridge trail is a difficult climb through dense rainforest, but the views are worth it! Photo credit: © Steven Nowakowski

Things to do

    Image of the view from Mount Sorrow lookout, Daintree National Park.

    View from Mount Sorrow lookout, Daintree National Park.

    Photo credit: Queensland Government

    Camping and accommodation


    There is no camping permitted on the Mount Sorrow ridge trail.

    The closest campground is at Noah Beach, eight kilometres south of Cape Tribulation. Camping permits are required and fees apply. The camping area may be closed after heavy rain and throughout the wet season.

    Other accommodation

    There is a range of holiday accommodation—private camping areas, hostels, resorts and holiday units—throughout the area adjacent to Daintree National Park (CYPAL). For more information see the tourism information links.


    This trail climbs from the coastal lowlands of Cape Tribulation, up the rainforest-clad ridge of Mount Sorrow to a lookout offering views of the beautiful Daintree coastline, Snapper Island and beyond.

    The Mount Sorrow ridge trail is not for everyone. Although marked, walkers have been lost in this area. You must be prepared for a very steep and difficult trail with log scrambling required in some places. Only experienced bushwalkers with above average fitness should attempt this trail.

    Read more on walking the Mount Sorrow ridge trail.

    Picnic and day-use areas

    There are no day-use areas along the Mount Sorrow ridge trail.

    Kulki day-use area at Cape Tribulation provides toilets and picnic tables. A boardwalk leads from the picnic area to a viewing platform overlooking the ocean and beach. A short walk from the Kulki car park takes you to beautiful Myall Beach.

    • There are currently no park alerts for this park.