thoThere are at least 30 trig stations across Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park; most require a bit of off-track scrambling. The most challenging trigs, like Want Trig, require most of the day to traverse the thick scrub.  (The adjacent Muogamarra Nature Reserve – which is only open to the public for six weekends a year – contains two easily-reached trig stations. The track to Lloyd Trig is a popular bushwalk when the nature reserve is open.) 

See also Trig Stations in Sydney’s North – which includes trigs in national parks and those scattered throughout the suburbs…

The partly-destroyed Ryland Trig Station is reached by a short but somewhat arduous bush-bash along a ridge from the Ryland Trail.
A relatively hard trig station to reach, Want Trig is at the end of Want Spur, whih is off Shark Rock Ridge, in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park.

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