The first part of the walk is rated as a Class 3 track and it climbs steadily upwards to The Pyramid past eucalypt forest and more amazing granite rocks. The challenge moves up a notch when you reach the exposed granite dome which is quite steep. At this point it becomes a Class 4 track; good fitness and a head for heights is required. There are white dashes painted on the rock to indicate the route.
|Balancing boulder on the Pyramid Track|
|Climbing The Pyramid in the early morning.|
|View while climbing the pyramid.|
|Wildflowers and a Meadow Argus Butterfly|
Soon we came to the sign for The Junction and were heading that way. The Junction Track is rated Class 3 and is a very pleasant walk. The scenery is very striking and like nothing we have encountered before. It is hard to describe the raw beauty of Bald Rock Creek as it flows across a huge gully of stone which is stained with ribbons of colour where water has seeped across the rock to join the flow. It must be a truly awesome sight after heavy rain.
|The Junction Track|
|Walking to The Junction|
|This rock looks like it could bite you!|
|Nice place for a picnic.|
|Eastern Water Skink Eulamprus quoyii|
|Tree Skink Egernia striolata|
|Nobbi Dragon Amphibolurus nobbi|