After the initial tortuously steep climb out of the suburbs, bursting into the morning sunshine before entering the Rob Roy Nature Park was a very pleasant surprise - i suspect the sleeping locals (above) were not impressed with my intrusion.
Rob Roy was the 3rd of the 3 summits I had challenged myself to complete by the end of the Easter long weekend. Each increasingly more challenging in height and approach as the last.
The actual summit is off the track however the entry to the foot trodden bush track is marked by a mini carn (below) .
Mt Rob Roy's trig point is unusual, I have not seen one like this before. 3 metal support arms with a wooden upright indication. Which makes for a good squid pole support!!
As the log shows before I had a really good day on the radio, scoring some more ZL stations (NZ for non radio folks)
Map of my contacts:
Summit to summit contacts:
Video of the day's activation: