Mt Greville via Razor back ridge, waterfall Gorge, Bare rock, the ladder, the peak

Moogerah Peaks National Park

Starting from the car park assend to the folk and then drop across waterfall gorge and assend the northern wall and traverse along a narrow ridge before descending a gully back down into waterfall gorge and assend back up to Bare rock and the down into the northern gorge before taking the 2nd gully back up to a viewing rock and a bolted ladder before the last assend to the peak and desend south east ridge

Waterfalls
Lookouts
Bird Watching
Scrambling or Climbing
Navigation Required
Rainforest
Eucalypt Forest
850m
Maximum Elevation
1200m
Total Climb

Getting there

How do you get to the start of the walk?Follow Mt Greville Rd untill you get to the Mt Greville Carpark

Maps

Which maps cover the area? Google maps

Route/Trail notes

Starting from the car park assend to the fork and then drop across waterfall gorge and assend the northern wall and traverse along a narrow ridge before descending a gully back down into waterfall gorge and assend back up to the lookout rock and then immediately down into the northern gorge.

The gorge continues up towards a large tooth shaped pinnacle - there is a pinnacle to the right of the tooth you can access by a 45 degree scramble up - be very careful as it's exposed.  There's great views from this Northern pinnacle.

Backtrack a bit where you head to the left of where you started from, and up and up to a waterfall/cave area.

 

There's a bolted ladder which gives you somewhat easier access to the summit, the alternative is a narrow ledge with extreme exposure to the cliffs below.


Descend south east ridge

Permits/Costs

None

Other References

It's recommended to go with someone who has done this one before  

 

Comments

Super tough hike - make sure you’re good with heights. 4 hours to summit and 40 mins back to car down SE Ridge

Juiced Pixels on 27 Jan, 2020

Very dificult physically with a good amount of rock scrambling and exposure. visually exciting with lots of bang for your buck. This walk has it all with long range views of Fassifern valley. Mt Moon, Different aspects of Mt Gravile itself aswell as the cool wet gorge. Navigationally hard. I would not attempt this without someone who ',S DONE IT

Jamie Johnston on 31 Mar, 2019

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