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spent too long at the river and lost the track back then ran out of daylight and had to sleep in a cave

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over grown
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3 months ago

Fantastic adventure. First part down Missingham steps was easy to navigate however the second part up to Stevo’s was very difficult. Involved a scramble up a steep dirt path and what seemed an easy to follow path abruptly ended near a large rock. Go carefully and pay attention to your surroundings it’s very easy to get disoriented. We took the right overgrown path from the large rock that ended leading to nowhere. Go left of the large rock and head straight up, this involves another steep dirt scramble you will see an old dry stone wall which will mark the way. The path is very overgrown with lots of trees down. This track definitely involves a high level of fitness and preparation. Know your surroundings and takes heaps of topographic photos and as much information as you can. We think it may be better doing the walk in reverse as you should be able to spot the track a little better. We plan to redo it and add some markings for future adventurers.

The path isnt maintained so expect to be bush walking. There is a warning sign at the end of steve's trail to say you go any further at your own risk.

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7 months ago

The trail to the lookout is well maintained and in most parts fairly wide and free of any trip hazards. The lookout itself is fenced and offers great views of the valley.

Follows along a fence bordering with private property. A couple of sections were overgrown but some fantastic lookouts at sunset especially.

meh. def easy hike, you walk on a wide trail next to a fence most the time. The hardest thing about this hike was not running into spider webs. I didn't do the stairs as there were warnings about many being out. Nice view at end

Absolutely beautiful track, lots of climbing involved- make sure to bring snacks, plenty of water and leave ~4hrs to complete, not clearly marked but pretty easy to navigate on your own- you will see markers on trees every 5 or so minutes on your way down. Highly highly recommend

Beautiful rainforest down to river. Climbing required in some sections. Found a set of waterfalls about 100m down stream at the river. Make sure your phones charged you'll need your GPS on the way back.

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3 months ago

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4 months ago

on Warris Chair Lookout

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4 months ago

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Mon Jun 11 2018