The Ladder Track is a walking track leading from the western side of Comleroy Road, Kurrajong, New South Wales. The start of the track is approximately 3.30 kilometres from the intersection with Blaxland Ridge Road and about 11 kilometres from Bells Line of Road. There is only a small amount of space for parking to the side of Comleroy Road.
The first part of the track before reaching the electricity transmission tower is reasonably level and clearly defined. Cathy McHardy September 2021
The first part is a gentle and well-defined track leading to a high electricity transmission tower. After a sharp turn the track heads down a very steep descent with loose rocks. The track then turns to the west and intersects with Bucketts Trail leading to Cedar Ridge Road. Continuing along the Ladder Track leads to another transmission tower.
Colourful Dillwynia in blooming profusely along the track. Cathy McHardy September 2021
In Spring, the plants of the sandstone derived soils burst into bloom including mass drifts of Flannel flowers, Eriostemon, Isopogon, Pimelea, Dillwynia and Lambertia.
Lovely sprays of Eriostemon which thrives on the sandstone derived soils on this ridge. Cathy McHardy September 2021
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