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Untracked sections included in this pleasant walk in sandstone country
Half is untracked
Hazards and warnings
cliffs and navigation
The route initially follows a marked track from the Chauncy Vale car park to the start of the cliffs then leaves it and ascends to the top of the cliffs. After a kilometre winding along the tops and an old logging track is reached in a shallow gully. This is followed as it contours around a hill for a while to reach a tarn, which may be dry. A steep climb follows to another logging track which has a marked route up to Butlers Hill
Butlers Hill had an old rock cairn constructed on top and nearby a second metal one. Trees that had been cut down to make surveying possible have been replaced by new gums, making the summit views now very limited.
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