Location - Isaac Region, Central Queensland, Australia
Distance - ~5 km return with a total revelation gain of ~400 metres
Duration - 7-9 hours return
Grade - 5, steep and rugged
Access - Access is via private property
Mount MacArthur is 725 metres above sea level with an interesting rock formation. The main backbone of the mountain is a thin ridge formed from an ancient volcanic crater rim. With steep drop-offs on either side of the ridge, this provides grand views across the grazing lands and nearby peaks including Calvert Peak (595 m), Scott's Peak (815 m), Roper's Peak (765 m), Malvern Hills (655 m), and Mount Lowe (485 m).
This mountain is accessed via private property and prior permission is required.