Pages Pinnacle Eastern Approach via Neranwood Break

Springbrook National Park
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A steep ascent of 368 meters over the first two kilometers up Neranwood Break before following Pinnacle Break to the Pages Pinnacle footpad on the right where The Razorback Ridge is then traversed to the summit.

Lookouts
Picnic Facilities
Toilets
Scrambling or Climbing
Rainforest
Eucalypt Forest
488m
Maximum Elevation

Getting there

How do you get to the start of the walk?

From Neranwood Park on Gold Coast Springbrook Rd cross the road to the trail head.

Maps

Which maps cover the area?

Maps of Pages Pinnacle and surrounding firebreaks.

Route/Trail notes

A detailed description of the walk!

A steep ascent of 368 meters over the first two kilometers up Neranwood Break before following Pinnacle Break to the Pages Pinnacle footpad on the right where The Razorback Ridge is then traversed to the summit.

Permits/Costs

Do you need any permits? What's the cost?

Free

Other References

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GPS Tracks

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Comments

Quite steep from the start, great big track! Made it to the Pinnacle - beautiful views!

Tileah on 5 Oct, 2020

Also known as Polly's this is a pretty steep 2km before gradually heading downhill to reach Pages Pinnacle. I find that the use of walking poles definitely helps, particularly on the trip back down the hill due to the often dusty and slippery track. Have walked this many times over the years and whilst there isn't any good views until Pages Pinnacle it is a pleasant whilst also challenging walk.

wheres_wally on 7 Jun, 2020

The walk wasn't overly pretty, but a good workout with many very steep hills. The view which is a little off track is stunning. one of the best I've seen in the GC. To get there is scarier looking at it then it is actually doing it. After the first view, there is a second but wouldn't recommend hard to get to and not much better if at all

Kieran Wiggins on Jun, 2020

Steep climb to the top of Neranwood Break. The Razorback Ridge and Pages Pinnacle make up for the hard work though. Good views North East over the Western branch of Hinze Dam and out to the coast and views to the South West towards Egg Rock & Binna Burra as well as the North Western side of the Springbrook Plateau across the Numinbah Valley. A little shower blew over on the return trip.

Lahs on 24 May, 2020

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