Location: Grey Peaks National Park, Cairns, Queensland, Australia
Region: Wet Tropics, Far North Queensland
Grade: 5, Hard
Duration: ~7-10 hours
Distance: ~14 km
Best time: May-August
Start/finish: Kenny Road
Last maintained/cut/marked: The new Bells Peak trail is extremely overgrown with wait-a-while and razor grass.
Located in both Malbon Thompson Forest Reserve and Grey Peaks National Park, a 14 km trail takes you to Bell Peak North and Bell Peak South. There is a newly cut trail that doesn't require permission from private property owners; however, it's longer than the original track.
In 1970, a Cessna 402 aircraft crashed into the western side of Bell Peak North about 100 metres below the summit. The area is part of the Coastal Wet Tropics Important Bird Area, identified as such by BirdLife International because of its importance for conserving lowland tropical rainforest birds. Also in the nearby vicinity is Campbell Creek Falls.