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A beginner’s hike from Sullivan’s Rock on Albany Highway to the highest point in the Darling Range, Mt Cooke. This is a ~16 km return hike and is one of the many short walks on the Bibbulmun track. At the end of the hike we can have lunch and drinks at Ye Olde Narrogin Inne in Armadale. Distance: ~16 km. Difficulty: Easy Duration: 4-6 hours The plan: The following are approximate times. We may finish late or early depending on our pace. 0800: Meet at the parking lot of Ye Olde Narrogin Inne in Armadale. From here we can carpool to the starting point. 0845: Arrive at the parking lot opposite of Sullivan’s rock. See the link below for the GPS location. The parking lot will be on your right and can be easy to miss, especially when driving at 100km/h. https://www.google.com.au/maps/@-32.37776,116.2497575,255m/data=!3m1!1e3 0945: Arrive at the rest shelter. 1045: Reach the peak of Mount Cooke, then head back to the cars. [masked]: Arrive at the car park and head back to Ye Olde Narrogin Inne at Armadale for a post-hike lunch and drinks. What to bring: Sturdy walking shoes and comfortable exercise or hiking clothes (jeans not recommended). Bring a hat, sunscreen, wet weather gear, snacks, and at least 3L of water. Pack a meal for the summit. Cost: $5.00 towards the Meetup website fees will be very much appreciated. (It is not a membership fee, nor does it cover insurance or any other liability). Contact: Hadi[masked] Please only use on the day, all other questions should be raised through the comments section. There is limited reception in the park, so if you need to contact me, please do it well ahead of time. RSVP: Please only RSVP if your are "For Reals", we understand plans can change, if they do please change your RSVP and free up a space for someone else. If you fail to show up for walks, you may be removed from the group. Courtesy: As always if you get a lift from another member chip in your fair share of any park entry fees and a few dollars for petrol. Did you know we're also on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/youngperthhikers/)? Do you see yourself as leading a hike like this one? Have a chat to the organiser.