DescriptionGlass House Mountains were named by Captain Cook and are fantastic volcanic crags. There are some fabulous scenic drives through the Glass House Mountains, which are also popular amongst walkers and climbers due to is fabulous bushwalking trails, and rock climbing. The Glass House Mountains also hold a rich Aboriginal history. Within the Glass House Mountains you will come across the small Glass House Mountains township. You can also visit the four smaller national parks set within the Glass House Mountains National Park, all offering more walking trails and rock climbing.The national parks include Mt Beerwah which is an intermediate climb, Mt Coonowrin which is an advanced climb, Mt Ngungun which is a fairly easy walk, and Mt Tibrogargan which is also an intermediate climb. Further walking trails can be found around Mt Tibrogargan, which is set within the Mt Tibrogargan Relaxapark. You will also find accommodation at Mt Tibrogargan. Surrounding the Glass House Maintains are the Beerburrum State Forests, which offer a number of different lookouts across the Glass House Mountains. You will also find several picnic areas, as well as some wonderful walking trails.