Mount Murray Anderson (Ku-ring-gai NP)
A rough track past the “Arthur” trig station and multiple Aboriginal rock engraving sites to Mount Murray Anderson. Great views from the end of the ridge. I’ve recently discovered how many trig stations are hidden across Sydney’s national parks, so today’s walk is designed to “bag” a trig point and then continue out to Mount Murray Anderson. I’ve got the coordinates (33°39’21.4″S 151°11’58.6″E) of where to leave the Perimeter Trail and set out along the ridge towards Mount Murray Anderson. I’ve allowed plenty of time as I’m not expecting much of a path – so I’m pleasantly surprised that there is a narrow but distinct bushwalking track.
The track crosses a section of low shrubs and tall grass, where I’m surprised again to meet a couple of bushwalkwers heading back along the track. The track then re-enters the dry sclerophyll forest, with occasional glimpses of the v.... Continue Reading at Hiking The World