After driving through a creek crossing and through a camping area got to the start of the 6 Km walk to the summit.
Some rocky scree slopes on the way. About half way up saw the wreckage of a 1980 light aircraft crash. Not a lot left.
After about 5 km the track joins a fire trail, now an easy 700 m walk to the top.
Got to the top after about a hour and a half walk. Very large pile of rocks on top.
The nearby sign
Behind the sign a rather battered old trig
After having lunch and having just set up the 20m/40m dipoles the light mist suddenly became rain...before making a single call! Quickly place the radio in the pack and hooked it up so could still use it.
At least it was dry, even if myself and the log book were not...Managed to make 10 contacts, including an S2S with Ron VK3AFW/5 on Mt Lofty, also having rain problems. Looked for Paul VK5PAS but didn't hear him when I was operating. Only got on air for about half an hour before the rain and cold got to me. I had a brief listen on 20m, signals from Europe were booming in, pity didn't have a chance to work them.
The Quid pole I mounted on a Heysen Trail marker.
Legs of the dipoles tied to a nearby park gate.
The other legs tied to some trees.