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Another micro crag in NW Sydney in a peaceful bush setting. The cliff gets sun around midday.


From the locked gate at the end of Quarry Rd, proceed along Quarry Trail. After 550m you'll come to a fork in the trail where you'll see a white concrete trig marker and a sign indicating "Pogsons Trig Trail" (right) and "Rifle Range" (left). Take the left fork and continue along Quarry Trail. (The cliff is before the rifle range).

After a further 430m, stop at a big clearing on the left, before the trail starts to go down hill. Here you'll find a brick and rock cairn sitting on a small stump at the entry point into the bush. Head 150m roughly west on the faint foot track to get to the top of the Upper Tier. To get from the top turn right (facing out) and find the access trail down to both top and lower tiers. It's about a 5 min walk in on this access trail.

This is family friendly crag with a flat access trail in from the car to the top of the crag which takes about 20 min walking in total. The access down may take a little time with children.


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