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Devils Thumb is a mountain located near the South Pacific Ocean within the Daintree National Park in the north of Queensland. At about 1259m above sea level, Devils Thumb is the twelth highest mountain in Queensland.

Devils Thumb is close to the town of Mossman (10.1km away - show me), the village of Cooya (13.5km away - show me) and the village of Newell (13.6km away - show me).

The nearest road to Devils Thumb is an unsealed road that is un-named in our database (5.91km away).

The nearest sealed road to Devils Thumb is the Mossman - Daintree Road (9.77km away).

Bonzle users have said that the facilities at Devils Thumb include a lookout, summit walking track and walking tracks. Do you know of other facilities available at Devils Thumb? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.

Bonzle users have reported that Devils Thumb is a good place for abseiling and rock climbing. Do you know of other recreational activities at Devils Thumb? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.

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Bonzle users have contributed the following notes about Devils Thumb:

contributed by hartstarter on 02-Jan-2012
Devils Thumb

The QLD gov web site is pretty spot on with there trail description and the need to be of above average fitness.

Although at the 3.3km mark where the wire fern patch begins the trail actually gets easier not harder. The main factor is time and not getting stuck on the mountain in fading light as the trail is not well used and ribbon markers are your only guide.Once past the fern patch the terrain become undulating so it is much easier to get disorientated .

Beware of leaches from about 2.5km -3.3km .Rest standing do not sit on logs or the ground, it is teeming with leeches, plenty of repellent on the shoes will help keep them at bay.

Wait-a-While or climbing palms are all over the track aswell as spiky trunked palms , very hard to avoid or grab trying to steady yourself. I suggest gloves and a hat for protection.

Get going on first light to avoid the heat on the way up and to give yourself plenty of daylight good luck.

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