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A scattered selection of granite boulders.


Travel south on the Albany Highway from Perth. About 4.5km past the Jarrahdale turn off there is a forestry track on the left hand side of the road at Lat/Long -32.338515, 116.223358. Apparently this was previously blocked by a log, but it isn't anymore. Maybe check with DPaW if it's ok to drive through here, otherwise it's a nice enough walk. This 4WD track leads uphill in an easterly direction for 1km where there is a crest marked by a cairn. On the left, a reasonably distinct foot track leads into the bush for about 80m to a small clearing with another cairn. Another track leads to the left (north) - it's pretty winding but it's also marked by pink or blue tape in occasional trees, so keep an eye out for those. Walk 10 min or so until you pass below the summit of Mt Randall on your left. Continue to the north for about 100m to find the main climbing area, which is somewhere off the path. Refer to the Lat/long on the location map for more precision. Wear long pants at least and probably long sleeves too. The bush is pretty scratchy here.


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