The Greater Blue Mountains and western Sydney has a large number of trig stations. Many are along the key transport routes across the mountains and relatively easy to get to – but a surprisingly large number are very challenging to reach
Reached on foot via a steep, eroded firetrail or a short bush-bash, the unusually constructed Bald Trig offers sweeping views.
Bell Trig is a well-preserved trig station offering some great views. It's on top of Watertrough Hill, just above the Bells Line of Road.
Charles Trig is fairly easily reached from the Bells Line of Road in the Blue Mountains. There are panoramic views from the trig station.
No views from the Clarence Trig, a traditional concrete trig station on top of Mount Clarence, which is surrounded by trees
Padleys Pedestal Trig is located at the highest lookout in the Blue Mountains, and offers outstanding views over the western edge of the Blue Mountains and Kanangra Walls.
The Pound Trig is situated within the grounds of Kurmond Public School (it can be viewed from outside the school grounds).
Scott Trig is in poor condition, having been vandalised and partly covered by vegetation. The trig is on private property, and is close to Scott Tower (a passive trig).