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Grab some magnificent views from the first of Girraween's dominating Pyramids.
The track starts from the picnic ground on Pyramid Rd. Follow the directions on the Girraween National Park page.
Follow the signposted track starting from the picnic ground. The track crosses over the creek on a concrete bridge along the same track as the Granite Arch track. Follow the signposts to the base of the pyramid.
Here the track becomes quite steep - the reason for the difficulty! Keep heading up the track till you leave the forest and start up the exposed granite. The track is marked using Girraween's standard white markers. Just follow this up until you hit the top!
As with all of Girraween's granite it can become very slippery when wet and should not be attempted in damp conditions. The walk is also quite exposed so be prepared if you're wary of heights.
Make sure to check out the balancing rock on the Northern side of the summit and enjoy the views of pretty much everything else in Girraween - Castle Rock, The Sphinx, Mt Norman and even to Bald Rock in NSW.
There is no walking track to the second pyramid. Climbing it requires technical rock climbing skills
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