Summary: The Pogson Trig is a solid but rather uninspiring concrete plinth, near the junction of the Pogson Trig Trail and the Quarry Firetrail.

The Pogson Trig stands at the junction of the Quarry Trail and the Pogson Trig Trail, in Berowra Valley National Park. Just the concrete plinth remains, and there’s no view from the trig station.

Pogson Trig

The easiest way to reach the trig is by walking or mountain biking along the Quarry Trail from the end of Quarry Road. A harder but much more interesting way of getting there is by taking the Pogson Trig Trail from The Fishponds, which climbs up Berowra Creek to the ridge.

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Pogson Trig

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