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близу Tylerville, Queensland (Australia)
Logans Ridge is fairly straight forward. There is one semi tricky point about 1/3 of the way up where some climbing is required. This can be done using the chockstone to the left or the tree leaning up against the cliff. Near the top the scrambling becomes almost climbing so make sure you have a decent head for heights/can rockclimbing if attempting this route. The sheer steepness of this route leads to expansive views of the surrounding countryside as well as decent views of Eagles Ridge.
To reach the start of Barney Gorge simply walk down to the old hut campsite from East Peak. From here you only need to follow the creek downstream finding the path of least resistance. There is a slippery section about 1/3 of the way down which is best avoided by contouring round to the right. The next more substantial waterfall of located near the base of the gorge. This feature is not immediately obvious but once you arrive at a large expanse of slabs (see photos) you will have reached this point. To avoid it contour around to the left as close to the cliff as possible. Start heading back down to the creek just before you arrive at a small rocky ridge blocking your path. From here the terrain becomes less steep and soon you will reach the junction of Barney gorge and Barney Creek. If you don't wish to rockhop back from here down Barney Creek you can head to Barney gorge junction campsite (cross the creek and follow a path along the left side of Barney Creek to get here). A path heads from the campsite up to the ridge-line then back to lower portals. However, the rockhop is a definately more scenic route with some good swimming holes and views of leaning Peak. From Lower Portals simply follow the well defined trail back to lower portals carpark.