Thinking that it would be best to ask a local, we drove back round to PK’s campsite (with the pool and the bar) and enquired inside. The receptionist told us that the Mount Sorrow path was up by the carpark but just up the road a little more and in the left. However, it was a bit tricky to find. So we off we went again back to the Cape Tribulation car park in one last search to find the Mount Sorrow path. At this point after parking the car we encountered our first Australian traveler. He was a typical stereotyped Australian man, he had the jeep, wore the clothes and spoke in the thick lingo. We asked him if he’d seen the track and he replied, “Ar yeah, we were looking for that track to Mt. Sorrow”. Then he continued “Nah but, I found an interesting path that leads straight to the dunnies”. Scott and I thanked the man and hurriedly departed in search of the path. Finally, without the Australian in tow, we found Mount Sorrow. It was nestled just up the road from the car park, so we checked we had everything again and we set off.